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Daysend: New Song Posted Online
January 1, 2007
Australian thrashers Daysend have posted a new song from their forthcoming as yet untitled album on their official Myspace page.

"HERE IT IS! Just uploaded "Warning" taken from the new Daysend album soon to be released.
This is an exclusive preview of the album for Myspace only, so go check it out and let us know what you think.

See you all on the road real soon!"

Daysend's forthcoming album is the follow up to 2003's 'Severance', which was released on Metal Blade Records.
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Daysend To Start Recording New Album
October 31, 2006
Sydney, Australia-based metallers Daysend are scheduled to leave for Victoria today (Oct. 30th) to begin recording their second album at Back Beach Studios with producer DW Norton.

"One month from now, we will have smashed out the drums, shredded the shit out of some strings and stripped the vocal chords bare, putting three years of hard work onto CD for you," the group writes on its web site. "Yes, we know it's been forever since our last release but this will be something special and worth the wait... GUARANTEED!"

Daysend earlier in the year parted ways with vocalist Simon Calabrese and replaced him with Mark McKernan (Headcage).

Daysend's debut album, 'Severance', was released in 2003 via Metal Blade.
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HOME TOWN: Sydney, N.S.W., Australia
Mark McKernan - Vocals
Aaron Bilbija - Lead and Rhythm Guitar
Meredith Webster - Bass
Wayne J. Morris - Drums
Michael Kordek - Rhythm Guitar

Daysend is a progressive Australian Metal band fusing an array of musical genres to create a hard edged yet melodic sound. They are a melting pot for various styles and influences ranging from thrash to hard rock and good old fashioned heavy metal. The explosive five piece rocketed onto the scene at the beginning of 2003 boasting members of various high calibre local metal bands, all with the passion and determination to take their wares to a higher level. Later that year after a gruelling ten day recording session at Backbeach Studios in Victoria Australia, the bands debut album, 'Severance' was released to much critical acclaim, and it was soon voted by listeners of high rating radio station Triple J as ..1 Australian Metal Album of that same year. A video clip was also recorded for the crowd favourite Born Is The Enemy which soon became a staple on local metal video shows. Within a short time they were tearing up the nations highways and skyways on an almost weekly basis, sharing the stage not only with Australia's best metal acts but high profile international acts Slipknot, Hatebreed, Machine Head, In Flames, Chimaira, The Haunted, Strapping Young Lad, Entombed, and Skinlab and before long the legendary American label Metal Blade Records caught site of the band and scooped them up. While praise of Severance's musical ability poured in, both in Australia and internationally, they scored a highly coveted spot on the Californian metallers Oteps North American tour in 2005, along with Gizmachi, Devilinside, Manntis, and Suicide City and for six weeks they raged and rampaged across the continent from San Francisco to New York, Michigan to Colorado and everywhere in between gaining a multitude of fans along the way. Come 2006, Daysend plan to return to the studio to record the follow-up to Severance. Check out for a more comprehensive look at the band.