In just over a year since their debut release, Day of Fire has accomplished many things most new artists only dream of. They won a Dove award, were nominated for a Grammy, toured in front of over 500,000 in the U.S. as well as Europe, and made appearances on CNN and 700 Club. When you ask lead singer Joshua Brown what he's learned from all this, it's not about the awards or places they've traveled, but the people they've met. "I want to show people the love of God in action, loving people for who they are."
On their sophomore release, the band reaches out through song on topics such as addiction, abuse and abandonment and offers hope in the love of God. "This album is about identifying with the pain and insecurity that we all feel as people and finding hope in the love that is far greater than anything we have ever experienced," says Joshua Brown. "I realize we are all in a desperate and constant need of the love of God." It's this passion for connecting with people and encouraging them that sets Day of Fire apart.
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Great!| Posted July 31, 2007
I won this CD in a contest, and to be honest, I didn't know how I would like it. but I immediatly fell in love with their song "Run". As for the rest of the songs, they are amazing! great music, great message! I would definently recommend this CD.
True Day Of Fire| Posted July 26, 2007
This Album is a typical Day of Fire album as it has the true hard rock feel around it. Songs such as Love, Running and Cut and Move prove this, but songs like Hole in My hand have powerful lyrics. wasnt as good as their first album but shows that they have room for impovement. i recommend this to all hard rock fans out there.
Solid, but not spectacular| Posted July 24, 2007
While containing a few standouts such as the title track, Regret, and Hole In My Hand, surrounded by reasonably strong songs, Cut and Move lacks the cohesive feel of an album, and comes off as more of a collection of songs. Not bad songs- there isn't a track on this cd that I would skip- but much of the cd fails to live up to what it could be. Songs such as Love, Wake Me, and Reborn are full of promise, but just don't quite make full use of their potential energy, and don't live up to their live renditions. Day of Fire is at their best when they are raw, and this album went through a bit too much refinement to represent their sound as fully as it could have.