Taking Dawn

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Taking Dawn / Devils Run
Origin Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Genres Heavy metal
Hard rock
Power metal
Years active 2007 (2007)–present
Labels Roadrunner Records
Website www.facebook.com/Takingdawn
Members Chris Babbitt
Andrew Cushing
Steven Anderson
Duniel Puente
Past members Alan Doucette
Carlo Mazzone
Mikey Cross
Tim D'onofrio

Taking Dawn (now Devils Run)[1] are a heavy metal band from Las Vegas, Nevada.

History[edit]

The band was originally named 7th Son in tribute to the iconic Iron Maiden album Seventh Son of a Seventh Son before calling themselves Taking Dawn.[2]

The band signed to major American record label Roadrunner Records in 2009. Taking Dawn toured throughout 2010 and performed alongside Airbourne, Kiss, Slash, Trivium, All That Remains, Halestorm, DragonForce and Theory of a Deadman among others. Taking Dawn also performed at many festivals including Download in Europe and Soundwave in Australia.

In late 2010 drummer Alan Doucette left the band due to trouble on the road and was replaced by Carlo Mazzone. In 2013, guitarist Mikey Cross announced on his personal Facebook account that the band was finished and its members were all pursuing different musical ventures, however this was not acknowledged nor corroborated by the rest of the band.[3]

Taking Dawn has since re-branded themselves under the new moniker Devils Run[4] and released a number of new songs including "Burn the Night Out" and "Secrets".[5]

Members[edit]

Current members[6]
  • Chris Babbitt – lead vocals, lead guitar (2007–present)
  • Andrew Cushing – bass guitar, backing vocals (2007–present)
  • Steven Anderson - lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Duniel Puente - drums
Former members
  • Alan Doucette – drums (2007–2010)
  • Carlo Mazzone - drums (2010-2011)
  • Tim D'Onofrio – drums (2012–2012)
  • Mikey Cross – guitar, backing vocals (2007–2013)

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

EPs[edit]

Compilations[edit]

Music videos[edit]

  • Time to Burn (2009)
  • The Chain (2010)

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