Decyfer Down’s Upcoming New Single, “Nothing More,” From Upcoming Album, ‘The Other Side Of Darkness’

First single from the new album “The Other Side Of Darkness” releasing in February 2016!

Welcoming to The Fuel Music Family is Decyfer Down with their brand new single “Nothing More” from the their upcoming album “The Other Side Of Darkness”. “Nothing More” describes when everyone fights a battle inside from the moment they wake until the moment they rest. It’s called sin and comes with many faces. This song explains how we want nothing more to overcome these issues in our lives that continue to hold us back from spiritual growth.

The North Carolina-bred band, Decyfer Down has toured endlessly since their first release “End of Grey” in 2006, opening for national bands such as Crossfade, Breaking Benjamin, Skillet, Disciple and Theory of a Dead Man. 9 years later, with a renewed since of purpose and drive to bring a message of hope through Jesus Christ to all that will listen.

They are currently hitting the road with the likes of Disciple, Seventh Day Slumber, and Nine Lashes.

Decyfer Down’s charting active rock and number 1 charting christian rock single “Fight Like This”, which was also featured as a promotional song for UFC. Their number 1 charting christian rock single “Fading”. Their number 1 christian rock charting single “Crash”, which was featured in WWE Smackdown montage, along with 4 more christian rock number ones (“Burn Back the Sun”, “No Longer”, “Life Again”, and “Desperate”).

Decyfer Down’s breakthrough release “Crash” in 2009 was nominated for a Grammy, followed by their release “Scarecrow” in 2013 and their forthcoming release “The Other Side Of Darkness” in early 2016.

Source- IHS Promotions


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