Blue Pie is pleased to announce the release of Black Dawn’s latest EP “Until We Meet”. Black Dawns latest EP’s success has cemented their place as one of the leading bands of the New York Metal and Hardcore scene. Their formidable sound and skill as both individual musicians and as a band have won over fans from all over the world. The creation of their latest EP serves as a testament to the band’s chemistry and teamwork, building upon their 18 years of experience performing together as a band. The result of Black Dawns creativity, consistency and dedication to their music and genre has resulted in comparisons to Canada’s, Anvil as well as an in formidable amount of ReverbNation followers. The vast majority of Black Dawn’s fan base has come from their ever-faithful fan base, word of mouth and peer recommendation. “Until We Meet” has gained over 250 000 song plays, 750 000 Widget Views, 500 000 Video Plays and 6400 ReverbNation Fans.

Black Dawn’s raucous energy and unique brand of metal and heavy rock infused music has been a staple of the Long Island and New York music scene since the band’s formation over 18 years ago. Proving consistency to be the key to success, Black Dawn have honed their skills and built a solid reputation as both individually talented musicians as well as being a formidable unit.

The band is made up of:
Matt Kotten (Lead Guitar / Vocals),
Tom Kelly (Rhythm Guitar),
James Lane (Bass Guitar),
Enzo DiPaolo (Drums).

Black Dawn have no intention of slowing down, despite their 18 years as a band. The band strives to constantly create new and engaging music for their fans. With plenty more gas in their tank, Black Dawn’s creativity shows no sign of running out. Their seemingly endless experience has meant that Black Dawn have an impressive array of performance experience. Black Dawn has opened for headlining acts in the US such as Kings X, Daisy Berkowitz, LA Guns, and Biohazard and performed in venues such as Webster Hall, CBGB’s, the Continental, and the Hard Rock Café in New York City. Their music is also on high rotation on hundreds of college and internet radio station and podcasts worldwide.

In their 18 years together, Black Dawn has been creating their own unique brand of metal and hardcore music to add their discography. Their discography includes their EP “Black Dawn” (1996), the live CD “Live at CBGB’s” (1998), and two full-length CD’s “Absence of Time” (1999) and “Age of Reason” (2004) which was released globally to critical acclaim on Blue Pie Records.

With their determination to make high quality music, coupled with their dedication to sustaining Black Dawn as a band, it will not be long until they achieve the goals they hoped for 18 years ago when they first formed the Black Dawn. Working with Blue Pie and the marketing team the focus has been on keeping it real. As Damien Reilly, Blue Pie’s CEO says:

“The band stick to their beliefs and we admire that. We are here to help them get their music to a wider audience. One thing that this band and its fans do not suffer is fools. We are keeping all the marketing at a grass roots real level with no fluff. We focus on the fans and let the music do the talking.

I am very pleased to have been able to help coach the band on the development of this new EP. They listen and have done everything we have asked. They know that when they hit the stage, the performance and the bands energy does the rest. Thats why the band is still here 18 years after they 1st played.

For us at the label we know it is just a matter of time before the rest of worlds metal lovers discover just how good these guys are. They will not slow down and fear is a word they have never heard of, and have no time for. Just go to one of the bands shows and let them show you what metal is all about”

LINKS:
http://www.facebook.com/Blackdawnband
http://www.twitter.com/blackdawnband
http://www.reverbnation.com/blackdawnband
http://www.youtube.com/blackdawntube
http://www.airplaydirect.com/blackdawn

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