Art Of Dying CD Cover

Art of Dying has been one of my LOVED bands for what seems a long time. Back when I had the music note blog, I did a spotlight post of this band. Unfortunately, with a web incident, all the original content died. The band has evolved since 2011 and frankly so have I. The original song that I had posted was Get Through This. A good friend of mine, Dave from Canada, poked me one day out of the blue yelling at me “BRI, YOU GOTTA HEAR THIS!” He linked me to Get Through This and that’s when it all began for me.

The video that started it all for me:

I am not going to go through the whole thing of posting the band’s bio. They have that already on their website which you can check out with the link below. They know themselves better than I do. I will, however, introduce you to the band.

The band:

Art Of Dying Band
Art Of Dying – Image from
  • Jonny Hetherington – Vocals (2005–present)
  • Greg Bradley – Guitar (2005–present)
  • Jeff Brown – Drums (2008–present)
  • Cale Gontier – Bass (2008–present)
  • Tavis Stanley – Guitar (2008–present)

I am completely disappointed that I didn’t make their show with Saving Abel at the Blacksheep here in Colorado Springs this month.  I was djing elsewhere, but if it counts, I did play their song Raining.  I had planned to play Get Through This due to the fires burning around us here in the Springs, but was pleasantly surprised to get the request for my all time favorite Art Of Dying song.

With that, I will share a few more of their videos with you.  Please check out their links below, hit up Itunes or your favorite cd shop and pick up some music.  You won’t be sorry that you did.  (Yes folks, I do own two of their 3 CDs.  I need to pick up the 2012 released Let The Fire Burn still.)




Art Of Dying Official Website
Art Of Dying On Myspace
Art Of Dying on Facebook
Art Of Dying on Youtube
Art Of Dying on Twitter
Art Of Dying on Itunes.

Bri K is a mom and grandmother, enjoying the next chapter of her life on the mission of leveling up after 50! Bri doesn't believe that once you hit a certain age or become a grandmother, your likes, hobbies, or lifestyle have to change. "You don't stop living because your kids grew up!"

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