It Dies Today
It Dies Today (sometimes abbreviated "IDT") is a metalcore band that formed in Buffalo, New York during September, 2001.
It Dies Today formed in August 2001. The group was established in Buffalo, New York by vocalist Nicholas Brooks, guitarist Chris Cappelli and guitarist Steve Lemke (who now plays bass). During their formation, most of the band members were only 16 years old. Their initial release was an three-track demo titled Let The Angels Whisper Your Name, recorded in late 2001. The following year, It Dies Today released an EP titled Forever Scorned, which led to the band touring the U.S. with artists such as Between the Buried and Me and Alexisonfire.
In 2003, Lemke switched to bass as guitarist Mike Hatalak joined. Prior to joining It Dies Today, Hatalak played in bands called Short of Breath, Plain of Ashes, and Stricture. He uses ESP guitars. Aside from guitar, he is also a record producer and owns his own studio called DWS Studios in Niagara Falls, New York. The group ...