Dayseeker

Dayseeker

Metalcore / Post-Hardcore

Dayseeker

  • From: Orange County, CA
  • Sounds Like: Architects, Northlane, Whether, I

Dayseeker is an American metalcore/post-hardcore band from Orange, California and is currently signed to inVogue Records. To date, the band has released two albums; one in 2013 which got re-released a year later, and one in 2015. Dayseeker was formed in 2012 by vocalist Rory Rodriguez, guitarists Alex Polk and Gino Sgambelluri, bassist Andrew Sharp and drummer Mike Karle in Orange near San Diego, California. Rory Rodriguez and Alex Polk were members in a band called Arms Like Yours before forming Dayseeker. The band released an untitled EP in 2013 which includes the songs What It Means to Be Defeated, Collision.Survive and Resurrect which were re-recorded on their debut record as well as two untitled songs. On July 7, 2013 the band got signed to inVogue Records where the band released their debut album What It Means to Be Defeated on October 29, 2013. It featured work by Joey Sturgis who mastered the record. On November 24, 2014 the album was re-released. Tom Denney, a former guitarist of A Day to Remember was involved in producing the re-released version of the album. In January 2015 the band announced that they were hitting the studio to begin recording the follow-up record to 2013's debut album What It Means to Be Defeated with producer Nick Ingram who had worked with Hotel Books and Before Their Eyes in the past. On March 9, 2015 it was announced that the album will be entitled Origin and was set to be released on April 21, 2015.

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Dayseeker : Orgin
  • Latest Album:
    Orgin
  • Release Date:
    April 21, 2015

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