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Days Before Tomorrow

Pompton Lakes, New Jersey, United States | INDIE

Pompton Lakes, New Jersey, United States | INDIE
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"Many Amazing CD Reviews"

The Critics Have Spoken…

“How very encouraging to discover the release of a near-perfect album — The Sky Is Falling. Such an amazing collection of fourteen very strong tracks from a progressive and creative band must surely signal that Days Before Tomorrow is destined for greatness...”

Review from

“Days Before Tomorrow represents the most cutting edge and unique style I have ever heard from an independent band. In nearly two decades of producing award shows, I have never received an album like what they put together. Magnificent work!” DBT subsequently went on to win Record of the Year in the 2009 LAMAs.

Al Bowman
Founder / Executive Producer
Los Angeles Music Awards

“Days Before Tomorrow shoot the gambit of directional turns… I listen to tons of music but DBT take music to another level… The opening track “Lighters” is an amazing song… I can’t say enough about DBT being innovators of experimental changes… The Sky Is Falling is not your typical CD; it’s a journey through time as with a Pink Floyd release. You really have to sit back and enjoy the ride of your life… This is a great release to escape in your own little world and dream, but watch out for the quick turns as these class musicians take it one-step further.”
4 Stars (out of 5)
Review from

“Days Before Tomorrow are musical clinicians; they play a melodic and intricate form of progressive music that is radio-friendly, especially because of lead singer Eric Klein’s warm, clear and soaring style… [The chorus of “Lighters”] is one of the best choruses you’ll ever hear… “Wrong” probably owns the next best chorus you’ll hear this year… this should be a hit for Days Before Tomorrow… a band who is artful both musically and conceptually…”
8.1 (out of 10)
Review from

“What immediately stood out for me were the incredible hooks found throughout the disc... There are no weak tracks... One of the most refreshing releases I have heard... Will more than likely make my best of list when the end of the year comes around…”
4.5 Stars (out of 5)
Review from

"The emotional highs are undeniable."
Music Connection Magazine

“Musically, the album is as accomplished as the songwriting. This is one of the few times that a band's own words describe their music almost accurately: ‘A more commercial version of Porcupine Tree, Marillion, the up-tempo side of Pink Floyd’s last two albums, The Police transformed into a hard rock band, throw in a splash of Dream Theater influence, bring in the vocal harmonies of Yes... and make it fresh sounding!’ I couldn't have said it better myself.”
8 Points (out of 10)
Review from

“… an extremely well crafted musical statement that defies any attempt to apply a genre-specific label, and this is the best compliment that can be given – they don’t sound like anybody else… Eric’s pipes defy any attempt to compare him to other singers stylistically… One thing that really separates these guys from other prog bands are the big hooks and choruses, guaranteed to stick in your head. Case in point: the opening track ‘Lighters’ has one of the most addicting choruses I have ever heard!”
4 Stars (out of 4)
Review from

“The musicianship was stellar.”
The Aquarian

“… an excellent record that combines classic Progressive Rock with beautiful AOR melodies… superb vocal work of Eric Klein… This guy easily beats anyone else in the music business today, what an amazing range, perfectly clean melodic singing you don’t hear that much these days… The production from Ron Revison is superb, as huge as the major label classics he did in the past… very radio friendly… quite innovative in the arrangements… this CD almost blows away any major label release… a really special release that truly deserves attention from every well-respected music fan out there.”
9.2 Points (out of 10)
Review from (Strutter Magazine, Holland)

“Why on earth does this band not have a recording deal yet?!... I’m already putting The Sky Is Falling into my personal “Best (Prog Rock) Albums Of 2009” list!”
98 Points (out of 100)
Review from (Germany)

“With an ear for detail and a cosmic sense of composition, Days Before Tomorrow have unleashed a bombardment of sonic pleasure. An acoustic launch with electric soaring solos masterfully transports you into their world… Eric Klein's vocals are clean as a whistle, reminding me of a "too good to be true" concoction of Steve Walsh & Dennis DeYoung. Scott Kahn and Derek Davodowich's guitar work is impeccable. Bassist Robert Maziekien and drummer Jason Gianni are locked in like a peak performing machine… The production is top notch. With Ron Nevison at the helm, it was destined to become a work of art.”
4 Stars (out of 5)
Review from

New Jersey’s Days Before Tomorrow and their debut album The Sky Is Falling is one of those brilliant Damascus Road rays of beauty which can blind and transform… The Sky Is Falling is a profound and original masterpiece which combines the melody and atmosphere of melodic rock and AOR with the sophistication of prog rock. Indeed, without exaggeration, I could easily exhaust the depth of my Thesaurus when describing this delightful album… breathtaking tour de force of muscular and melodic rock… If this is the future of American progressive rock, then look out world, we are in excellent hands. Highly recommended!
5 Stars (out of 5)
Review from

“The music sounds like a hybrid of classic progressive rock with modern ones, with the effort put in gorgeous melodies and beautiful choirs… without doubt one of the year's best releases.”
9 Points (out of 10)
Review from (Sweden)

“The Sky Is Falling is an excellent record that combines classic Progressive Rock with beautiful AOR melodies, partly thanks to the superb vocal work of Eric Klein… This guy easily beats anyone else in the music business today, what an amazing range, so perfectly clean melodic singing you don’t hear that much these days, but this guy nails it easily all throughout the CD... The production of Ron Nevison is superb, as huge as the major label classics he did in the past, and melodies are all over the place here… a really special release that truly deserves attention.”
9.2 Points (out of 10)
Review from Strutter Magazine (Holland)
- numerous magazines and websites


Jan 2012 Update: DBT's second CD is presently being mixed. Expect new music to be released later in Winter 2012.

DBT's full-length album, The Sky Is Falling, was released on March 10, 2009. It was produced by industry legend Ron Nevison (Led Zeppelin, The Who, Heart, Jefferson Starship, Europe, Kiss, Damn Yankees, and more) and mixed by Grammy-winning engineer Earl Cohen (lady Gaga, Usher, Pink, Tina Turner, Christina Aguilera, and more).

Industry folks should contact to request a CD or a link to preview the entire CD online.

Days Before Tomorrow released their debut EP in August 2006 and a single in 2008 for the compilation CD "Hair Apparent: The Main Man Records Tribute to Hair Metal."



Days Before Tomorrow, the next great American rock band, is here! Big arena rock hooks and harmonies, huge drums and soaring guitars seamlessly fused with modern, exceptional musicianship that makes you want to throw your lighters, fists, or cell phones in the air and sing along!

Probably the most misunderstood label you can slap on a rock band today is to call them “progressive” rock. So many people have such different opinions of what the description means that almost nobody thinks of the same thing when they hear it! Days Before Tomorrow not only fit their own description of this label, they define it.

When Days Before Tomorrow think of progressive rock, they picture bands like Porcupine Tree, Dream Theater, and Marillion, but when you ask someone over 30 what prog rock means to them, you'll routinely hear them mention bands like Yes, Rush, Pink Floyd, Genesis, Jefferson Starship, Kansas, and Styx. Somewhere in the midst of all that debate is where you’ll find Days Before Tomorrow – a nod to the past with a sound for tomorrow.

Days Before Tomorrow delivers on all fronts: music that appeals to serious music lovers tired of the same old boring radio fare, and music with catchy melodies and strong hooks that casual listeners and rock lovers alike can latch onto.