Fire (Dead by Sunrise song)

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Single by Dead by Sunrise
from the album Out of Ashes
Released June 30, 2010 (Japan)
Format Digital download
Recorded 2006—2009
Genre Alternative rock, post-grunge, hard rock
Length 3:51
Label Warner Bros.
Producer(s) Howard Benson
Dead by Sunrise singles chronology
"Let Down"
"Let Down"
Music video
"Fire" on YouTube

"Fire" is a song by American rock band Dead by Sunrise, which consists of Linkin Park lead singer Chester Bennington, as well as the band members of Julien-K. It is the third single of their debut album, Out of Ashes. It was released to the iTunes Store on December 4, 2009 in Australia and June 30, 2010 in Japan.


"Fire" features as the fifth single from Out of Ashes, and serves as the first track of the album. The music video of the song was a promo video over a live version of the song that was performed by the band.

In a recent article from Ultimate Guitar Archive, the single was described as "probably one of the best songs on the album as far as the sound in concern with a steady progressive intro that leads into an all-round song that is excellent, with the chorus probably being the best part of the song; with heavy guitars mixed with Bennington's reverbed vocals that is brilliant for the song, and that it would probably do well with the charts as well, as it isn't too heavy."[1]

In another article from Sputnik Music, the song was also described as "an opener with an irresistibly and catchy, yet almost anthemic vibe to the verses where Bennington croons along by memory to the simplicity of a repeated guitar chord strumming from an electric guitar before launching itself into an action-packed chorus."[2]

Music video[edit]

Two music videos of the song were released, including a promo video, and a live version of the song performed by the band before Elias Andra's departure in December 2011 and Frank Zummo of the Street Drum Corps as the band's new drummer.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Chester Bennington, Ryan Shuck, Amir Derakh and Anthony Valcic.

No. Title Length
1. "Fire" 3:51


Chart (2010) Peak
Japan (Japan Hot 100) 47


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