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Concert Review: Death ain’t dead!!! But who’s following them in their footsteps?

Date: July 1, 2013
Venue: Le Poisson Rouge (NY)

Review by Dawoud Kringle

Hailing from Detroit, Death is one of those bands whose innovation and fearless trailblazing was lost or ignored by history. They were founded by the Hackney brothers (Bobby, bass and vocals, Dennis, drums, and David, guitar; who died of lung cancer in 2000, and was succeeded by Bobbie Duncan) in 1974, and after decades in the shadows, they return with new music, new life in their classics, and are the subject of a new documentary.

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Recommended Concert (& Documentary Film Screening): Death w. The Everymen & Purling Hiss @ Le Poisson Rouge (NY) this coming Monday!!!

Death w. The Everymen & Purling Hiss

(Hosted by Militia (of Swear On Your Life/Judas Priestess) , and presented by LPR & the Black Rock Coalition)

Date: Monday, July 1, 2013
Time: 8pm
Venue: Le Poisson Rouge (158 Bleecker Street, New York, NY 10012, ph: 212- 505-3474)
Ticket: $22
Genre: indie rock/punk

Established in Detroit in 1974. Death is one of Rock-N-Roll’s most unique and inspiring bands. Three brothers who played some of the hardest-driving Rock-N-Roll and recorded a now classic album in 1975. Rejected for their sound, their name, and their color, 34 years later the band Death began receiving what is now world-wide recognition for the Rock-N-Roll music they created in Detroit throughout the seventies. Their music and message is universal, and the sound of Death is unique and tight! The new Death album tracks have just been completed for an exciting array of new Death music to be presented in the upcoming 2013/14 season.

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