Ironclad Recordings has announced the signing of EACH OF THE DAYS.

EACH OF THE DAYS, formed in 2007, is a six-piece metal band from Tokyo, Japan that combines elements of the heavy metal underground with a driving force of melody reminiscent of SLIPKNOT and KILLSWITCH ENGAGE. The dual-percussion band also utilizes the voice of its female drummer, Mako, to the already melodic choruses performed by lead vocalist Norio.

2009 was the breakout year for EACH OF THE DAYS in Japan as one of the band's songs made it on the theatrical thriller "Saw VI" soundtrack. In April 2010, the self-released "Historical Sheep" caught the eye of Japanese label Howling Bull and the band was cast into a new light. After touring its homeland of Japan numerous times with the likes of UNEARTH, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, AUGUST BURNS RED, HEAVEN SHALL BURN and more, EACH OF THE DAYS is poised to make the leap to foreign soil to continue building momentum and achieving their goal of being Internationally renowned.

A video for the EACH OF THE DAYS song "Scarface", the lead track from the band's upcoming album, "Sweet Charion", can be viewed below.


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