It’s really difficult to put certain acts into a genre, especially when it comes to a band that mixes styles. The amalgamation of inspiration leads fans to not only revel in their sheer inimitability, but also marvel at how well they can pull it off. Daylight Dies is a band that seems to mix the melodeath style of having those crushing harmonic lead guitars with the slow, down-tempo trudge of doom. One of America’s frontrunners in their genre, they released some of the best albums to come out of their musical realm. However, after four long years between Lost To The Living and still trying to triumph over the success that was Dismantling Devotion the band had quite a large order to fill.