Art Of Dying Premiere New Video For “All Or Nothing”

Art Of Dying have premiered a new video for their song “All Or Nothing,” via Loudwire. This song is from the band’s latest release, the “Nevermore” EP.

Jonny Hetherington said the following:

“‘All or Nothing’ is about shaking off the past and finding the strength to step back up to the plate. ‘I know yesterday is not tomorrow,’ the line from the second verse, is what it’s all about for me. You get back on your feet and keep powering forward, no matter what.

The video was shot and directed by Davo during our experience performing on ShipRocked 2017 somewhere between Miami and Turks & Caicos. We really think he captured the energy of the band’s live performance. This song is meant to energize and empower our fans. Thanks to Loudwire for helping us share it with everyone!”

Art Of Dying Premiere New Video For “Torn Down”

Art Of Dying have premiered a new video for their song “Torn Down.” This song is from the band’s latest release, the “Nevermore” EP.

Jonny Hetherington told Loudwire the following:

“‘Torn Down’ was inspired by the story of a teenage girl, Amanda Todd, who lived near me in Vancouver. She was targeted by a sexual predator on line and eventually committed suicide. It’s a very sad story that she told personally through a self-made YouTube video. Her story affected the community deeply and it hit me hard when I discovered it. I hope the lyrics in ‘Torn Down’ will help others who are going through what seem like hopeless struggles see a light at the end of the tunnel.”

“We shot the video on our 2016 Nevermore Tour with director Davo Paul, who travelled with us and captured Art of Dying’s life on and off the stage. Thank You to Count’s Vamp’d and all the fans in Las Vegas!”

Art Of Dying Premiere New Song “Torn Down”

Art Of Dying have premiered a new song titled “Torn Down.” This song is from the band’s new EP, “Nevermore,” which will be available on September 2.

Jonny Hetherington said the following about the track:

“‘Torn Down’ is about believing in yourself, plain and simple. Sometimes it’s hard to dig deep and find your pilot light in the darkness, but it’s there. I came across Amanda and Jonah’s (Amanda Todd and Jonah Mowrey) stories on YouTube and they really affected me. In a way, they both inspired this song. Unfortunately we lost Amanda. I hope “Torn Down” can be a beacon to those who find themselves at the end of their rope.”


“Nevermore” Track Listing:

01. “All or Nothing”
02. “Torn Down”
03. “Nevermore”
04. “Seen This Coming”
05. “Paradise”
06. “Cages”

Tour Dates:

08/31 – The Fish Head Cantina – Halthorpe MD
09/01 – Hooligan’s – Jacksonville, NC
09/02 – The Drunk Horse Pub – Fayetteville NC
09/03 – The Wizard Saloon – Hickory, NC
09/04 – The Warehouse – Clarksville, TN
09/06 – Dirty Dog Bar – Austin, TX
09/07 – Scout Bar – Houston, TX
09/08 – Trees – Dallas, TX
09/09 – Fitzgerald’s – San Antonio TX
09/10 – Click’s – Tyler, TX
09/11 – Jake’s Backroom – Lubbock TX
09/13 – Club Red – Mesa, AZ
09/14 – The Irenic – San Diego, CA
09/15 – Vamp’d – Las Vegas, NV
09/16 – Above DNA Lounge – San Francisco, CA
09/17 – Malone’s – Santa Ana, CA
09/18 – The Whiskey – W.Hollywood, CA
09/20 – Studio Seven – Seattle WA
09/21 – Hawthorne Theatre Lounge – Portland, OR
09/22 – The Pin! – Spokane, WA
09/24 – Diamondz Event Center – Jerome, ID
09/25 – Knitting Factory – Boise, ID
09/27 – Mesa Theater – Grand Junction, CO
09/28 – City Hall – Denver, CO
09/29 – TBA – Colorado Spring, CO
09/30 – Aftershock – Merriam, KS
10/01 – Lookout Lounge – Omaha, NE
10/02 – Gabe’s Oasis – Iowa City, IA
10/05 – The Cabooze – Minneapolis, MN
10/06 – Wicked Moose – Rochester, MN
10/07 – The Garage Bar – Moorehead, MN
10/08 – Big’s Bar – Sioux Falls, SD
10/14 – Q&V Expo Center – Ringle, WI
10/15 – The Back Bar – Janesville, WI
10/16 – Realm – Toledo, OH
10/18 – The Outpost – Kent, OH
10/19 – Al Rosa Villa – Columbus, OH
10/20 – Cheers Pub – South Bend, IN
10/21 – The Machine Shop – Flint, MI
10/22 – Battle Creek – Battle Creek, MI

Greg Bradley Leaves Art Of Dying

Guitarist, Greg Bradley has left Art Of Dying. No detailed reason was given for his departure. He just feels like it’s “time to move on.”


The following was posted on the band’s Facebook:

A message from Greg:

“I have had some of the most amazing experiences of my life with Art of Dying. I will always cherish the fond memories of working with Jonny, Cale, Tavis and Jeffy and performing for the fans. It is just time for me to move on in my life. I wish the guys nothing but the best. Much love and respect to all!”

A message from Jonny, Jeffy, Cale and Tavis:

“We wish Greg well and feel fortunate to have had him with us. As a founding member of the band, his contribution to Art of Dying will last well beyond his physical presence.”