Death have gotten the documentary treatment. A Band Called Death, directed by Mark Covino and Jeff Howlett, was released in 2012 and it will be screening at SXSW this year (screening times are HERE). The film description reads: Before Bad Brains, the Sex Pistols or even the Ramones, there was Death. Formed in the early [...]
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Death‘s remastered reissue of their 1990 album Spiritual Healing can be streamed online in full via Loudwire. The outing arrived in stores on November 20th through Relapse.
Death manager Eric Greif has released a lengthy statement to Gunshyassassin detailing his issues with organizers of the Death To All Tour. Greif essentially claims that said organizers still owe around $100,000 to a handful of parties, including the Sweet Relief charity. Here is Greif’s statement: “It is with profound regret that I must clarify [...]
Death returned with a new single. The new single — and first since 1976 — is called “Relief” and dropped February 27. You can hear it now over at Rolling Stone. Death and filmmaker Jeff Howlett are currently putting the finishing touches on a documentary about the band’s revival called Where Do We Go From Here? [...]
Relapse‘s onslaught of Death reissues continues once again with the latest being Vivius!, a deluxe 2-CD live set. It will compile their Live in L.A. (Death & Raw) and Live in Eindhoven releases as a 2-CD set with new liner notes and never-before-seen photos. Vivius! is slated to land in North American stores on February [...]
Death’s The Sound of Perseverance is being remastered and reissued through Relapse this week. It is streaming now at their official Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/DeathOfficial.
Brooklyn Vegan has an interview with Detroit’s Death here: http://www.brooklynvegan.com/archives/2010/11/an_interview_wi_47.html#more
’70s proto-punks Death will issue a second album’s worth of tunes, was recently discovered in the basement of now-defunct recording facility Groovesville Studios by bassist Bobby. The musician rummaged around for hours in the old building before stumbling on a box of masters containing a number of unreleased tracks Death had finished back in the ’70s. [...]
According to http://www.buzzgrinder.com, Drag City will be releasing a new Death album. Here’s what they’ve said: “Buzzgrinder has also learned from multiple reliable sources that the record will contain select rough cuts — some of which appeared in a more polished form on the band’s initial Drag City release — from pre-production and demo sessions [...]
This weekend is the Boomslang Fest in Lexington, Kentucky. From September 10 to 12 it will offer the chance to see artists like Wolf Eyes, Burning Star Core, Akron/Family and Wooden Shjips. The real reason to drop $40 bucks for the weekend pass is the chance to see Detroit’s Death. Go here for all the [...]