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3 Ratings

muzikman97 ,

CLASSIC PROG WITH EXCEPTIONAL MEANING

What you hear on Die This Way is progressive rock that lands on solid ground every time. In addition to great music, the lyrics are heartfelt in regards to the band’s feeling and emotions for their lost brother. I could feel the sadness and pain in the vocals. The thing that made me smile was the music and a true appreciation for the outstanding musicianship along with some amazing lyrics. You not only hear this music you will truly “feel it.” Progressive rock like this does not come along too often.

Keith MuzikMan Hannaleck

LG611 ,

Love it !!!

This is by far my favorite DB album! Can’t stop listening to it & its gets better and more meaningful each time!

TMinus ,

A fantastic ode to a lost brother

Having been friends with Joe and his brother Jon for decades, I’ve always loved their music. But this album is by far my favorite. After the loss of fellow band mate John Veneziano, Joe was inspired to write and record a tribute to one of his closest friends. This album is the result and it is wonderful. It is eclectic and meaningful. Guest musicians, including Joe’s daughter, Kaeli, add depth and variety not heard on previous albums. The music is layered and harmonious. The lyrics are soulful and personal. You can’t ask for more.
If you want to find a genre for DB, you might get confused, but I would best describe them as prog pop because of their catchy riffs that, at the same time, can be challenging musically.