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Christian Death And Rozz Williams Discography Torrent




Christian Death and Rozz Williams Discography


Christian Death and Rozz Williams Discography




Christian Death is a gothic rock band that was formed in 1979 by vocalist and songwriter Rozz Williams. The band is considered one of the pioneers of the deathrock genre, a subgenre of punk rock that incorporates dark themes, horror imagery, and theatrical aesthetics. Christian Death has gone through several line-up changes and incarnations over the years, with Williams leaving the band in 1985 and later forming a parallel version in 1989. This article will explore the discography of Christian Death, both the original version fronted by Williams and the second version fronted by Valor Kand, as well as the discography of Christian Death featuring Rozz Williams, the parallel version that existed from 1989 to 1998.


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Christian Death (19811985)




The first incarnation of Christian Death was formed by Rozz Williams, along with guitarist Rikk Agnew, bassist James McGearty, and drummer George Belanger. The band released their debut album, Only Theatre of Pain, in 1982, which is considered a classic of the deathrock genre. The album featured songs such as "Romeo's Distress", "Spiritual Cramp", and "Deathwish", which expressed Williams' disillusionment with society, religion, and love. The band's sound was influenced by punk rock, glam rock, and horror movies, creating a dark and theatrical atmosphere.


In 1984, the band released their second album, Catastrophe Ballet, which marked a shift in their musical direction. The album was more melodic and experimental, incorporating elements of post-punk, gothic rock, and ethereal wave. The album also featured a new line-up, with guitarist Valor Kand and keyboardist Gitane Demone joining the band. The album explored themes such as death, decay, and apocalypse, with songs such as "Sleepwalk", "The Drowning", and "The Blue Hour". The band also toured Europe for the first time, gaining a wider audience.


The band's third album, Ashes, was released in 1985, and continued the musical evolution of the previous album. The album was more atmospheric and complex, featuring orchestral arrangements, acoustic guitars, and female vocals by Demone. The album also reflected Williams' personal struggles with depression, drug abuse, and suicide attempts, with songs such as "When I Was Bed", "Lament (Over the Shadows)", and "Ashes". The album was well received by critics and fans alike, but also marked the end of Williams' involvement with Christian Death.


The band also released an EP in 1984 called Deathwish, which contained four songs recorded in 1981 before the release of their debut album. The EP featured a rawer and more aggressive sound than their later albums, with songs such as "Dogs", "Deathwish", "Resurrection - Sixth Communion", and "Prayer". The EP was reissued in 1994 with two bonus tracks.


The band also released two live albums during this period: The Decomposition of Violets in 1985, which was recorded at the Whisky a Go Go in Los Angeles in 1983; and The Doll's Theatre in 1994, which was recorded at the Anti-Club in Los Angeles in 1981.


Christian Death (1986present)




After Williams left the band in 1985, Valor Kand took over as the lead vocalist and songwriter of Christian Death. He also recruited new members for the band: bassist Kota (later replaced by Constance Smith), drummer David Glass (later replaced by Ian Thompson), and keyboardist Johann Schumann (later replaced by Maitri). The band released their fourth album, Atrocities, in 1986, which was a concept album about the horrors of war. The album featured songs such as "Will-o-the-Wisp", "Tales of Innocence", and "Strapping Me Down". The album also introduced a more metal-oriented sound to the band's music.


In 1987, the band released their fifth album, The Scriptures, which was a concept album about the history of religion. The album featured songs such as "The Womb of Time", "The Nazarene", and "The Divine Enigma". The album also incorporated elements of world music, such as Middle Eastern and Indian influences.


In 1988, the band released their sixth album, Sex and Drugs and Jesus Christ, which was a controversial album that criticized the hypocrisy of Christianity. The album featured songs such as "This Is Heresy", "Spiritual Cramp (Mission UK Mix)", and "Church of No Return". The album also featured a cover of David Bowie's "Panic in Detroit". The album's cover art, which depicted a crucified Jesus with syringes in his arms, caused a lot of controversy and was banned in several countries.


In 1989, the band released two albums: All the Love All the Hate (Part 1 All the Love) and All the Love All the Hate (Part 2 All the Hate). The albums were a double concept album about the duality of love and hate. The albums featured songs such as "We Fall Like Love", "I Hate You", and "Zero Sex". The albums also featured a more electronic and industrial sound than their previous albums.


In 1990, the band released their ninth album, Insanus, Ultio, Proditio, Misericordiaque, which was a concept album about insanity, revenge, betrayal, and mercy. The album featured songs such as "Trust (The Sacred and Unclean)", "Lost Minds", and "Breathe". The album also featured guest vocals by Rozz Williams on the song "Spiritual Cramp (Sacrifice Mix)".


In 1994, the band released their tenth album, Sexy Death God, which was a concept album about sexuality and death. The album featured songs such as "Lustmord", "Her Only Sin", and "Erection". The album also featured a more rock-oriented sound than their previous albums.


In 1996, the band released their eleventh album, Prophecies, which was a concept album about the end of the world. The album featured songs such as "Psalm (Maggot's Lair)", "The Serpent's Tail", and "The Seven Trumpets". The album also featured a more symphonic and epic sound than their previous albums.


In 1998, the band released their twelfth album, Pornographic Messiah, which was a concept album about pornography and messianism. The album featured songs such as "Narcissus Metamorphosis Of", "Porno Messiah", and "Venus in Furs". The album also featured a more experimental and avant-garde sound than their previous albums.


In 2000, the band released their thirteenth album, Born Again Anti Christian, which was a concept album about anti-Christianity. The album featured songs such as "Anti Christian", "Book of Lies", and "Peepshow". The album also featured guest vocals by Rozz Williams on the song "Sleepwalk (Hypnotic Remix)".


In 2007, the band released their fourteenth album, American Inquisition, which was a concept album about the state of America after the September 11 attacks. The album featured songs such as "Stop Bleeding on Me", "Dexter Said No to Methadone", and "Nostalgia for Infinity". The album also featured a more political and social commentary than their previous albums.


In 2015, the band released their fifteenth album, The Root OF ALL Evilution, which was a concept album about the origin of evil. The album featured songs such as "Illuminazi", "Forgiven", and "The Root of All Evilution". The album also featured a more modern and updated sound than their previous albums.


The band also released several EPs during this period: The Wind Kissed Pictures in 1985, which contained four songs from the Atrocities sessions; Believers of the Unpure in 1986, which contained two songs from the Atrocities sessions and two remixes; Sick of Love in 1987, which contained two songs from the Scriptures sessions and two remixes; Church of No Return in 1988, which contained two songs Christian Death featuring Rozz Williams (19891998)




In 1989, Rozz Williams decided to revive the name Christian Death after Valor Kand's band collapsed. He recruited former members of his other projects, such as Shadow Project, Premature Ejaculation, and Daucus Karota, to form a parallel version of Christian Death. However, he was sued by Valor over the rights to the name, and was forced to change it to Christian Death featuring Rozz Williams. Williams claimed that he was the rightful owner of the name, since he had created the original band in 1979, but Valor won the legal battle and continued to release albums as Christian Death.


The first album by Christian Death featuring Rozz Williams was The Iron Mask, released in 1992. The album was a re-recording of some of the songs from the first two albums by the original Christian Death, with new arrangements and vocals by Williams. The album also included a cover of "Panic in Detroit" by David Bowie, and a new song called "Skeleton Kiss". The album was followed by an EP of the same name, which contained alternative versions of some of the songs from the album.


In 1993, the band released their second album, The Path of Sorrows, which was a more original and experimental work than their previous album. The album featured songs such as "The Angels (Cruciform)", "The Path of Sorrows", and "Hour of the Wolf". The album also featured guest vocals by Gitane Demone, who had left Valor's Christian Death in 1989. The album was well received by fans and critics, who praised Williams' creativity and vision.


In 1994, the band released their third and final album, The Rage of A


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