All Christian Death items

All Christian Death items
In the beginning, God created the Heaven and the Earth. Then CHRISTIAN DEATH turned it upside down.
Formed in Los Angeles and fronted by 16 year old vocalist/lyricist Rozz Williams, the band released first album "Only Theatre of Pain" in 1982. A dark, sinister style of punk rock, the album gained local success, but a year later the band broke up. Rozz joined up with Valor and the rest of his band, Pompeii 99 to reactivate CHRISTIAN DEATH to release seminal, genre defining albums like CATASTROPHE BALLETTE, and ASHES.
Rozz left the band and Gitane Demone became Valor's key collaborator for a series of releases including Atrocities and Scriptures.
Valor continued the project with new artists, including Maitri, who joined as the primary female vocalist in 1991, and slowly incorporated heavy metal elements to the band. In 2007, CHRISTIAN DEATH delivered "American Inquisition", a concept album and a form of protest, its theme is subtly woven throughout the entirety of the music and perhaps, to listeners of the bands previous works, an unexpected departure. In contrast to the negative connotations implied, this album is actually quite upbeat and much more positive. Artistic protests are not new to this band and in the past, the band has been very blatant about getting the point across, to the dismay of some, accusing the band of using shock value tactics.
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