ART OF DYING Frontman Interviewed On 93.7 KCLB Rocks! (Audio)

On Tuesday, February 22, Kevin Conklin of the 93.7 KCLB Rocks! radio station (web site) in Palm Springs, California conducted an interview with vocalist Jonny Hetherington of the Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada rock band ART OF DYING. The chat can now be streamed using the audio player below.

ART OF DYING will release its debut album, "Vices And Virtues", on March 22 via DISTURBED's newly minted Reprise imprint, Intoxication Records. The CD's first single, "Die Trying", is booming at Active Rock radio with early support coming from stations like KISW/Seattle, 89X and WRIF/Detroit, WCCC/Hartford, KQRC/Kansas City, WBUZ/Nashville, WIIL/Chicago and Sirius XM Octane among others. Stream the lyric track of "Die Trying" below and download the band's new song "Whole World's Crazy" in exchange for a "like" on their Facebook page.

DISTURBED lead singer David Draiman on the signing of ART OF DYING: "In years of searching for a band to begin the saga at Intoxication Records, we finally found the fiercely talented boys of ART OF DYING; delivering uncompromising, harmony filled anthemic rock moments, fused with the right amount of attitude. They won over our fans time and time again, and we are betting that they will win over the world."

ART OF DYING is confirmed for the first annual Avalanche tour with STONE SOUR, THEORY OF A DEADMAN, SKILLET and HALESTORM. The tour kicks off Thursday, March 24 in Chicago.


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