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Art of Dying

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Latest Art of Dying News

Below is our complete Art of Dying news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

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Avalanche Tour Date Canceled

Roadrunner Records has issued the following announcement about the March 24th date of the Avalanche tour being canceled:

"Unfortunately the Avalanche show on March 24th in Chicago, IL has been canceled. The tour featuring Stone Sour, Theory of a Deadman, Halestorm and The Art of Dying will be heading across the country over the next few months.

"Avalanche has released the following statement: 'Due to circumstances out of our control, the March 24th Chicago stop of the Avalanche Tour has been canceled. Refunds will be available at point of purchase.'"

A listing of the remaining upcoming Avalanche tour dates is available at this location.

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Art Of Dying Front Man Talks BBQ Sauce And Poker

Noisecreep.com recently interviewed Art of Dying vocalist Jonny Hetherington about the front man playing poker and bottling his own BBQ sauce. An excerpt from the interview follows.

Noisecreep: We hear you bottle your own BBQ sauce.

Jonny Hetherington: Oh yes. I'm a huge fan of [sauce] in general, so I've started messing with my own BBQ and hot sauce. I absolutely love the flavor of the Habanero pepper (or Scotch Bonnet). It's one of my favorite flavors on the planet. And of course there's the heat that comes along with it that is pretty incredible as well. Last year, I was on a mission to try and find an all-natural Habanero sauce without any crap in it, and well, I couldn't find any. So, I decided to start making my own.

I'm proud to say my first batch was pretty killer and I haven't looked back since. I've been mixing the heat and flavor of the pepper with locally grown fruits and spices, and I've been able to find a really nice balance between the two. I think the fig version is my favorite so far. I'm fortunate to have access to fresh fruit from British Columbia, Canada, where I live, so that is a big part of it. So far, each bottle contains 20 Habaneros, so I'm guessing it's sitting at around 200,000 Scoville units. In other words -- it's damn spicy!

Noisecreep: What kind of style is it? We know BBQ aficionados take this stuff very seriously.

Jonny: The BBQ sauce I've been messing with is hot and smoky, with quite a bit of Jack Daniels spilled into it. C'mon, how good does that sound?

Noisecreep: When we think of BBQ, Canada isn't the first place that comes to mind. How popular is that kind of food up there?

Jonny: If you're talking traditional BBQ then yes, it's pretty hard to find the real deal. Although in Vancouver, we have a few good ones. Memphis Blues and Slim'z are a couple you should check out. But as far as backyard BBQ goes, Canada has to be at the top of the list! I mean, we're out there in the rain, snow, whatever -- we love to grill.
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Art Of Dying Streaming New Song Online

Art of Dying has issued the following announcement about streaming a new song titled "Completely" online through Artistdirect.com:

"Our song 'Completely' is exclusively being premiered today at Artist Direct! 'Completely' and the entire Vices and Virtues album will be out March 22!! Pick up a copy and crank it loud!"

You can check out the new Art of Dying song "Completely" by heading over to this location. A video of the band in the studio recording "Vices and Virtues" is also available here.

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Art Of Dying Posts "Vices And Virtues" Studio Clip

Hard rock act Art of Dying has posted a behind the scenes clip of the band working on the new album "Vices and Virtues," which is set to be released on March 22nd, 2011. You can check out the clip below.

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