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Danse Macabre


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Danse Macabre is the name for several bands:

1) A screamo band from Trier, Germany (2001 - 2010)

• «die kritik ist keine leidenschaft des kopfes» (EP 7’‘, 2002)
• «Danse Macabre / Killed by Malaise» (Split 7’‘, 2003)
• «Synkopenleben, Nein Danke» (LP/CD, 2005)
• «Danse Macabre / Her Breath On Glass» (Split 7’‘, 2006)
• «Danse Macabre / Am I Dead Yet» (Split 7’‘, 2007)
• «Einerseits Andererseits» (EP 10’‘, 2009);

2) A new wave band from Liverpool/UK. They released a 7” named “Angel” in 1983.

Peter Carroll (vocals) (also at same time in Visual Aids and Dark Continent)
Paul McNeil (guitar)
Karl Anthony (bass) (later Cair Paravel)
Pete Chegwin (keyboards) (ex Ex Post Facto, Oceanic Explorers, Innervision)
Graham Gallant (drums) (left 1983 to Straight Cuts) replaced by Perry Leach (later Dream Theatre);

3) A New Zealand post-punk band in the early 80’s whose members were drawn from a variety of groups in the Auckland music scene. Wes Prince (guitar) and Roddy Carlson (drums) had been key members of early Auckland punks The Sloth Creatures; Nigel Russell (vocals/synth) had been in the pop-punk band The Spelling Mistakes; while bass player Ralph Crump came from West Auckland band Buster Keys. With a sound similar to Joy Division and The Cure, they were signed to Reaction Records, and released the 12-inch EP Between The Lines in December 1981, enjoying six weeks in the charts and peaking at #15.


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