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The Death Sound

The Death Sound

The Death Sound


The Death Sound, based out of Little Rock, AR, are a two man experiment in electronic music, guitar drone, gothic and classical industrial. Founded in late August of 2007, Matt and Alex began intensive work on their Series of Tubular Bells EP. At the beginning of 2008, the band began intensive promotion of their early music while working on new materials and live boards, ultimately resulting in the Love Songs for Kitty Genovese tape and the Loneliness on the Psychic Seas EP follow-up. Read more on Last.fm
The Death Sound, based out of Little Rock, AR, are a two man experiment in electronic music, guitar drone, gothic and classical industrial. Founded in late August of 2007, Matt and Alex began intensive work on their Series of Tubular Bells EP. At the beginning of 2008, the band began intensive promotion of their early music while working on new materials and live boards, ultimately resulting in the Love Songs for Kitty Genovese tape and the Loneliness on the Psychic Seas EP follow-up. The Death Sound have done collaborations with several artists, including Gl1tchG0r3, Finger Painted Death, Amphitrite, Tarsus, Societas d'Arte Sacra, and others. The Death Sound cite Numb and Throbbing Gristle as their primary inspirations for the music they create, however the European underground noise and industrial scene have proven influencial on their sound as well. After a long hiatus beginning in fall of 2008, the Death Sound briefly reformed in 2010 to add 5 tracks to the 4 way split, Mundus Patet, with dakuu, Stillborn Diz, and Finger Painted Death. The Death Sound lives on in spirit through Alex Death's new project medicide. Read more on Last.fm.

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