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Deceased

Formed: 1985
From: Marlboro, MD, United States
Last Known Status: Active

Latest Deceased News

Below is our complete Deceased news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.

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Deceased Guitarist Steps Down From Touring

Virginia-based old-school thrash metallers DECEASED have posted the following message on their official web site:

"After 16 years with the band, Mike Smith [guitar] has made the decision to step down from playing shows with us. He will continue to be an active member of DECEASED in other areas, though, writing songs and recording. He is still committed to the band 100%. However, increased responsibilities with his job and raising a family have brought about this difficult decision.

"Mike's live replacement will be Shane Fuegel (BIONIC MAN, DRUGS OF FAITH), a longtime local friend of the band and a great guitarist. Really, we can't think of anyone better for the job than Shane. Mike's last live shows with DECEASED will be Saturday July 22nd in Parma, Ohio and Saturday July 29th at CBGB's in NYC.

"We will miss Mike's presence with us on stage, but realize that things change in life and ultimately, you have to do what's best for yourself. The weird travel on..." More...

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Thrashtoberfest 2005 To Feature Rigor Mortis

SMNnews.com will be presenting this year's Thrashtoberfest 2005, set to take place at North Six in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York, on November 4th. The line-up will feature RIGOR MORTIS, featuring members of MINISTRY and GWAR, Virginian thrashers DECEASED, as well as the first New York appearance by Canada's THINE EYES BLEED, featuring the younger brother of SLAYER frontman Tom Araya, Johnny Araya. SUN DESCENDS, DIMENTIANON and SUNLORD will also be playing the show. Tickets are $15 and doors are 6:30 PM.

The official flyer for the show can be seen here.

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Deceased To Record New Album In November

Long-running metallers Deceased will enter Oblivion Studios in Upper Marlboro, MD on November 4 to begin recording their new album, "As the Weird Travel On", tentatively due in early 2005. The follow-up to 2001's "Behind the Mourners Veil" (Relapse) will be recorded over a one-month period and will feature eight tracks.
"As the Weird Travel On" projected track listing:
01. The Funeral Parlor's Secret
02. Craving Illness
03. Missing A Pulse
04. A Witness To Suspiria
05. Unwanted Memories (It Always Ends In Tears)
06. The Kept
07. A Visit From Dread
08. Fright
A demo recording of "The Funeral Parlor's Secret" can currently be downloaded from this location. Check out photos of the band's current lineup: Photo#1, Photo#2.

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