Kiss the Sun Goodbye

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Kiss the Sun Goodbye
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Studio album by Vampires Everywhere!
Released May 17, 2011
Recorded 2010-2011
Genre Metalcore, post-hardcore,[1] horror punk
Length Standard: 42:55
Label Century Media
Producer Fred Archambault
Vampires Everywhere! chronology
Lost in the Shadows
(2010)
Kiss the Sun Goodbye
(2011)
Hellbound and Heartless
(2012)
Alternate Cover
F.y.e. Edition Cover

Kiss the Sun Goodbye is the first full-length studio album from Vampires Everywhere!. The album was released on May 17, 2011 via Century Media and Hollywood Waste Records. It is the last album to feature David Darko, Jay Killa, and Alexander Rogue.

Reception[edit]

The album received mostly mixed reviews. Fans of the Post-hardcore genre voted the album negative at Sputnikmusic.[2] The album ranked on Place 19th at the Billboard Top Hard Rock Albums and on Place 43 on Top Independent Albums (Billboard).[3]

Track listing[edit]

Standard edition
No. Title Length
1. "Bury Me Alive" 3:53
2. "Immortal Love" 4:16
3. "Undead Heart" 3:18
4. "Ashes to Ashes" 3:40
5. "Kill the Chemicals" 3:40
6. "Bleeding Rain (feat. Wil Francis of Aiden)" 3:17
7. "Carnage at the Castle" 3:19
8. "The Embrace" 3:50
9. "Lipstick Lies" 2:58
10. "Children of the Night" 3:46
11. "Call Out the Dead" 3:37
12. "Silver Bullets Don't Kill Vampires" 3:21

Lineup[edit]

  • Michael Vampire - vocals
  • David Darko - drums
  • Jay Killa - keyboards
  • Alexander Rogue - bass guitar
  • Aaron Graves - guitar
  • Zak Night - guitar
  • Wil Francis - guest vocals on "Bleeding Rain"

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