REVIEW: Another Day Dawns' Album 'A Different Life' Packs a Punch
Pennsylvania based hard rock band Another Day Dawns formed in 2010 and has since then been bringing high-energy to their shows throughout the region. Gaining buzz over the years, they have earned opening slots for Fuel, Avatar, Sammy Hagar, Godsmack, Puddle of Mudd, Bad Flower, Trapt, Breaking Ben, 5 Finger Deathpunch, Daughtry, and BuckCherry.
Another Day Dawns released their album A Different Life on February 25, 2019 and it perfectly demonstrates why they were selected to support big name acts.
Kicking off the album is the intro which fades in and builds up in momentum captivating the listener quickly with the electronic vibe. It then leads into the track “Rage,” a heavy and hard-hitting rock song as one might expect. Clocking in at just over two and a half minutes, it has an anthemic feel with the backing vocals chanting “rage!”
The following song “Psycho” is the single released off the album for which the band recently released an official music video. Chock-full of attitude, lead singer Dakota Sean’s vocals shine on this edgy rock track. The chorus is catchy and will certainly have you headbanging while singing along.
The album takes a slight turn with “Empty,” a mid-tempo melodic song that still maintains its hard rock edge. The band adds an extra flare to the song with a spacey piano outro.
“All of Me” is the most radio friendly song and is reminiscent of late 90s to early 2000s rock songs.
Wrapping up the album is “Broken,” another hard rock song. “Can you fix the broken in the dark?” Sean sings accompanied by hard hitting drums and heavy guitars.
Another Day Dawns’ A Different Life is an impressive album comprised of a variety of both melodic and heavy rock songs. It packs a punch and will no doubt lead the band to bigger stages across the globe.