From their modest beginnings in New England's Hardcore scene to their current status as one of the most influential and inspirational forces in modern music, Killswitch Engage are now ready to release their new album. With their fourth album, As Daylight Dies, KsE are proving that if you keep playing the game your way, you'll eventually change the rules for everyone else. With the members of Killswitch Engage once again raising the bar with their new release, both lyrically and musically, they prepare to initiate the uninitiated to their brand of music with one of the most anticipated rock records of 2006. Almost 1,000,000 albums sold worldwide with their critically acclaimed breakthrough The End Of Heartache about to be certified Gold in the US. Their fist DVD World Ablaze is certified Gold.
From the Artist
There's definitely some urgency in the album, and a lot of that comes from my feeling there's so little time to do all the stuff we can to make a difference, Jones explains. Just look at the way the world is - it's just hard to fathom some of the stuff that's happening out there, some of the atrocities. As for whether this is a `political' record, it's there in black and white - I'll let people judge for themselves; but I think if there's any kind of statement to this record, it's in the album title: Whether in some large or small way, it's the idea of just trying to make a difference in your world before the day is over.