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Haste The Day

The Indianapolis-based Christian metalcore band Haste the Day formed in 2001. Guitarist/vocalist Brennan Chaulk, his brother drummer Devin, and bassist/vocalist Mike Murphy originally gigged as a three-piece, but six months after the group's inception they added longtime friend Jason Barnes as a second guitarist, and after a series of auditions, named Jimmy Ryan their lead vocalist. After self-releasing That They May Know You in 2002, Haste the Day signed to the Tooth & Nail label's Solid State subsidiary to issue their breakthrough LP, Burning Bridges, in the spring of 2004. They spent the year on shows with bands like As I Lay Dying and Zao, and their next album, When Everything Falls, appeared the following summer. In late 2005, Ryan announced his pending marriage and quit the band, playing his last show with them that December. A few months later, the remaining members of Haste the Day added new vocalist Stephen Keech, formerly of New Day Awakening. Pressure the Hinges arrived in March 2007, and the guys supported it on dates with From Autumn to Ashes and Maylene & the Sons of Disaster. After touring, the band found the time to head into the studio with producer Andreas Magnusson (who also produced albums for the Black Dahlia Murder and Sleeper) and began working on new material. The result was Haste the Day's fifth studio album, Attack of the Wolf King, which was released in 2010. The frequent personnel turnover and heavy touring schedule finally took its toll, and by early 2011, the band had announced their official breakup and embarked on a farewell tour. Later that year a live album called Haste the Day vs. Haste the Day was released, and it featured both the original lineup and the final one performing together at a 2010 Bloomington, Indiana show. After a three-year break, it was announced that Haste the Day would re-form, featuring members from both the early and later lineups with vocalist Stephen Keech set to produce their new album. Coward, the band's sixth studio album and first since their breakup, arrived in May 2015. ~ Jason Ankeny & Timothy Monger
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Haste The Day

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Haste The Day

  1.   Song
  2.   When Everything Falls
  3.   The Oracle
  4.   Blue 42
  5.   Crush Resistance
  6.   Ros King
  7.   Long Way Down
  8.   Meet Me Half Way
  9.   O' Come Emanuel
  10.   Stitches
  11.   White Collar
  12.   For a Lifetime
  13.   The Place Where Most Deny
  14.   White as Snow
  15.   Secret
  16.   Shadow
  17.   Lost
  18.   American Love
  19.   Accept
  20.   Fail
  21.   Reconcile
  22.   World
  23.   Babylon
  24.   68
  25.   Chorus Of Angels
  26.   The Minor Prophets
  27.   All I Have
  28.   If I Could See
  29.   Walk On
  30.   One Life to Live
  31.   Concerning the Way It Was
  32.   Gnaw
  33.   Begin
  34.   Travesty
  35.   The Un-Manifest
  36.   The Quiet, Deadly Ticking
  37.   My Name Is Darkness
  38.   Dog Like Vultures
  39.   Autumn
  40.   Porcelain
  41.   An Adult Tree
  42.   Resolve
  43.   Sea of Apathy
  44.   Servant Ties
  45.   Pressure The Hinges
  46.   Fallen
  47.   Breaking My Own Heart
  48.   The Last Goodbye
  49.   The Closest Thing to Closure
  50.   Coward
  51.   Take
  52.   Merit for Sadness
  53.   Songs Of The Fallen Nation
  54.   Invoke Reform
  55.   Haunting
  56.   Mad Man
  57.   Needles
  58.   Eye Of The Needle
  59.   Instrumetal
  60.   Bleed Alone
  61.   Substance
  62.   Song of Faith
  63.   Outro
  64.   Walk with a Crooked Spine
  65.   Eremus
  66.   Akeldema
  67.   Janet's Planet
  68.   This Time It's Real
  69.   Vertigo
  70.   Labyrinth
  71.   In Memory
  72.   An Honest Confession
  73.   Wake Up the Sun
  74.   Walls and Fear
  75.   The Perfect Night
  76.   Closest Thing to Closure
  77.   [Bonus Material]
  78.   [Untitled]
  79.   [CD-ROM Track]
  80.   Haste the Day vs. Haste the Day
  81.   The Place That Most Deny

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