Until Dawn release track Roamers And Lurkers from their latest album ‘Horizon’, exclusively on SMN
Until Dawn’s intense energy, intoxicating guitar riffs along with their lively stage shows has shown that their location in the remote northern depths of Fort McMurray, Alberta will not slow them down. Mixing the sound of modern metal and classic rock, brothers Luke and Deke Worrell, with Adam MacLeod and Steve White have created a sound appealing to both young and old alike. This modern sound with a classic throwback was evident in their self-titled debut that was released in early 2011. Since that release, Until Dawn has enjoyed great success from their hard work and determination.
Their hit single “Table and the Plastic” was on steady rotation at local Fort McMurray station Rock 97.9FM, which aided in strong support for the band’s very successful tour of Western Canada, which included festival performances and sharing the stage with such as acts as rock legends KISS, where they wowed the audience with their own brand of modern metal.
The band released their sophomore album Horizon in August 2013, building on their previous success and setting new plans to bring their music to larger audiences around the world. All in all, Until Dawn is melodic metal at its finest, and this is just the beginning.
1. Roamers And Lurkers
2. Strings Of The Dammed
3. The Red Sun Rises This Day
4. Third Knee
5. This Fallen Fortress
6. A Conjurer Of Cheap Tricks
8. Time Tested Fortune
9. The Trial
10. Polar Parallels
12. WM3 (Bonus Track)
13. Richard (Bonus Track)
Until Dawn is releasing a free download for their track “Roamers And Lurkers” exclusively here on SMN;
This exclusive free download is brought to you by BT Broadband.
(L-R) – Steve White – Guitar, Darren Ehler – Bass, Adam Macleod – Vocals, Luke Worrell – Drums, Deke Worrell – Guitar (Photo Credit – Barrett Klesko - FadeBlack Studios United)
Shared Stage w/
Korn, Volbeat, Billy Talent, Kiss, A Day To Remember, Hell Yeah, All Else Fails, Fozzy, Ill Scarlett, Without Mercy, Unleash The Archers, 3 Inches of Blood, Striker