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All Good Things are more than just a band making commercial music, they are inspirational, and the group is ready to release their first album.
The Roman Show spoke to Dan Murphy. All Good Things are known for creating cinematic epic rock that celebrates the underdog, lifts the fallen and all out gloats in victory.
Pairing post-apocalyptic pump-up rock with powerful lyrics, AGT crafts a massive, bombastic sensory assault of anthemic heavy rock or blockbuster movies.
Fans have pushed the band.
“We were created by our fans,” he said. “They forced us to get on and we became a real ban. We cater to those people that are going through a struggle especially in the last year for whatever reason it helped them go through stuff that was our motivation.”
New music is sure to encourage fans.
“There are so many songs. It was a struggle because we wanted to put it out during the pandemic, but we couldn’t. It was a battle we knew fans were waiting for it but we couldn’t push an album since we couldn’t tour,” he said.
NHL, and other sporting leagues including videos games have used their music.
“I played a lot of street fighting with the licensing thing we never know where it shows up unless we get a message from fans,” he said.
The group has since signed to Better Noise Music and will see their first full-length album arrive later this year. To celebrate the announcement AGT joined forces with Hollywood Undead members Johnny 3 Tears and Charlie Scene to reach new heights on the hit single “For The Glory.”