Art of Dying

Art of Dying Frontman on Working With Disturbed’s Dan Donegan (EXCLUSIVE)
Art of Dying Canadian rockers Art of Dying were just in the studio in Chicago with Disturbed's Dan Donegan cutting an acoustic version of their current single, "Sorry." Donegan and Disturbed singer David Draiman signed the five-piece to their label, Intoxication Records, in 2009, and produced half of their current album, Vices and Virtues...
Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival Announces 2011 Lineup
The second annual Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival will return in late Summer and run through early Fall, with Avenged Sevenfold returning to headline the tour for the second year in a row. The tour kicks off August 26th and runs through October 15th, with the shows beginning in the afternoon and running through the evening...
Art of Dying Bring Attitude to ‘Die Trying’ — Video Premiere
Art of Dying's Jonny Hetherington is the quintessential hard rock frontman. On the band's new single, 'Die Trying,' he sings, "I wish I knew then what I know now / but I'd probably do the same." That's exactly the kind of attitude Noisecreep likes in our music, so we recently called up Hetherington to ask him about the lyric...
Art of Dying Singer Bottles His Own BBQ Sauce, Stages Poker Tournaments
Art of Dying play the kind of anthemic hard rock that makes radio programmers foam at the mouth. The Canadian band released their self-titled debut album in 2007 and have lived their lives out of suitcases ever since. Now signed to Intoxication, an label run by Disturbed members David Draiman and Dan Donegan and distributed by Warner Bros...