Vices and Virtues
Download links and information about Vices and Virtues by Art Of Dying. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Alternative genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 42:27 minutes.
|Artist:||Art Of Dying|
|Genre:||Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Alternative|
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|2.||Get Thru This||2:42|
|4.||Whole World's Crazy||3:44|
|6.||I Will Be There||3:50|
|7.||You Don't Know Me||3:05|
|8.||Raining (feat. Adam Gontier)||3:56|
|9.||Best I Can||5:03|
|10.||Straight Across My Mind||4:20|
Unapologetically wearing ‘90s grunge influences on its sleeves, the Vancouver hard rock quintet Art of Dying not only recalls that time when Pacific Northwest longhairs ruled the airwaves; it also throws in some alt-metal inspiration that fans of Hinder and Incubus will immediately find familiar. In addition, Vices and Virtues abounds on the band's three-part vocal harmonies. While you can hear the members soaring on the brash opener “Die Trying,” Art of Dying's vocal prowess comes across much clearer on the arena-friendly power ballad “Sorry,” where not one note is wasted; from start to finish the band’s congruent harmonies play with an airtight flawlessness. Frontman Jonny Hetherington’s vocal versatility is put to the test all over this album. Immediately following the harmonious “Sorry,” he comes in screaming on “Whole World’s Crazy,” as though he regularly gargles with whiskey and sand. The guitar work is also notable on this tune, as Greg Bradley and Tavis Stanley go head-to-head like two alpha rams. The romantic serenade “Breathe Again” ends with plenty of room for those harmonies to stretch out.