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Dying Habit was founded in 2005, when Alan Hart, Nathan Jones, and Mark Jones began playing and writing songs together at Mark's parents home in Llangoed, Beaumaris, Wales. Read my review on Chatsong, listen to their songs and give votes and comments underneath this review.
Dying Habit was founded in 2005, when Alan Hart, Nathan Jones, and Mark Jones began playing and writing songs together at Mark's parents home in Llangoed, Beaumaris, Wales. The band was joined by Sion Davies on bass as the fourth founding member of the band. Alan Hart who had been playing guitar since age 10,
taught both Nathan and Sion how to play. They are promoting themselves by playing in local pubs and festivals. The band name was derived from a 'stop smoking' poster that was put up on a wall of they're favorite local breakfast cafe where the band used to
eat their breakfast before rehearsing at their local studio in Upper Bangor, Wales. Their age group is 27-32 and they have been friends since school. They are hoping to release their album As I FADE BACK INTO THE WILDERNESS which has eleven tracks. Indie and alternative rock genre, this album will take you back to the 90s.
This band is Dying Habit they posted their links in both forums, so you can always listen and share their music if you like them. Then now my review about their album " as I fade back into the Wilderness". They have released two songs from their new album, one is named " relic " and one is named " 13:57 ". The song " relic" start with a bit dark ambient sounds, and then the rock pieces get added which sounds good. It seems they have used a voice enhancer, which can make a song or break a song. It sounds ok I love the rock sounds added in it very much, I can also hear they write their music with a message and emotions in the lyrics. This song " 13:57" is way different than " relic" in my opinion their best song. I hear a proper vocal and it sounds more melodic and has more varied tunes and sounds. This song has more potential for rock radio stations and all related to rock because it has more power and more varied instrument sounds in it. I personally think if they make more song in the style of 13:15 they will come very far, they are already good no doubt. They certainly earn more attention to their rock music, therefore share this as much as you can and give votes and comments underneath it.