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The Deep Eynde

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The Deep Eynde is a Deathrock/Punk band from Los Angeles, California. Most known for their past theatrical live performances (which included colored plastic wrap outfits, real blood, fake abortions, live insects, worms, and an octopus suit) the band has grown in their style to encompass Punk, Gothic, Deathrock, Psychobilly, and Rock’n’Roll. The band has since been an influence for the second wave of Gothic Bands around the world including Cinema Strange and The Phantom Limbs.

The Deep Eynde began in 1990 with singer Fate Fatal and locals at an old drug house in the San Fernando Valley. The Deep Eynde was put on pause in 1992 when Fate was asked to join a band named Kittens for Christian, whom he took from a dull stage show to complete anarchy. He recorded “Bless The Worm Kisses” and “Flowers” with them while still keeping The Deep Eynde alive in the studio by making demos.

After leaving Kittens for Christian in 1995, Fate began The Deep Eynde again with new members and recorded the first full length album “City Lights”. Released by Apollyon Records in Germany, it was a dark mix reflecting their influences of Siouxsie and the Banshees and Bauhaus. They continued to tour across the US.

After living with the anarcho-punk band Naked Aggression for many years, their sound began to become more aggressive. With the addition of guitarist Daniel DeLeon (of The Insaints and Rezurex) and drummer Hal Satan (of Penis Flytrap and 45 Grave), the second album “Suicide Drive” was released. It featured a duet with Gitane Demone called Alone Again, the lyrics made from a poem of the late Rozz Williams.

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