Next year marks the 15th anniversary of Massachusetts metal crew Killswitch Engage releasing their groundbreaking album As Daylight Dies, which for many fans saw the band progress from underground sensations to rock superstars. To honor this milestone, the band are releasing the record on vinyl in the U.S. for the first time. But what does Adam Dutkiewicz, the band’s founding guitarist, longtime producer, and self-proclaimed “garbage person” think of his album’s legacy?
Tomorrow, you can find out, as The Pit and Killswitch Engage will be livestreaming an exclusive video interview with Adam D. In it, Adam and staff writer Chris Krovatin discuss As Daylight Dies’ legacy, the arduous (and hilarious) process of creating the album, and what he thinks of this limited-edition vinyl release.
Check out a trailer featuring Adam himself:
Not only that, but you’ll get a chance to watch Adam react as members of Beartooth, Unearth, Tetrarch and more send him video tributes telling him what As Daylight Dies means to them and recounting the occasional story about a time Adam almost died. And to top it all off, Adam will be on Facebook during the video’s stream, answering your questions live alongside the interview.
Want to hear what Adam D. really thinks about As Daylight Dies, tune in at The Pit’s YouTube channel or Facebook page, or follow Killswitch Engage on their Facebook account.