There’s a lot of activity in the As I Lay Dying camp as of late–they released their sixth album, Awakened, in September and are ready to tour on the Monster Energy Outbreak Tour next month. The Revolver-sponsored trek is headlined by Asking Alexandria, with As I Lay Dying as direct support.
If one thing is synonymous with metal concert-going, it’s beer drinking, a combo as old as this genres existence. So As I Lay Dying guitarist Phil Sgrosso has picked for us his Top Five favorite brews.
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As I Lay Dying rip through the senses with their latest offering Awakened.
With claws out, the San Diego quintet fire off one razor sharp anthem after another. As a result, Awakened is the group's most incendiary and infectious album to date.
In this exclusive interview with ARTISTdirect.com editor in chief Rick Florino, As I Lay Dying singer Tim Lambesis talks Awakened, telling stories, and so much more.
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On Sept. 25, San Diego modern metal behemoths As I Lay Dying released Awakened, their sixth studio album. Produced by Bill Stevenson (Rise Against, NOFX), debuted on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart at #11, selling over 28,000 copies in it's first week in the U.S. alone. An incredible feat for a band playing an uncompromisingly heavy brand of metal.
While they were recently in town to play a record release show, Noisecreep invited As I Lay Dying over to our East Coast offices in Manhattan to chat about the album, the state of the music business, their workout habits and a rumor that has been following them around lately.