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The Death & Life of... (2000)*

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Yes, all these guys are Christians, but they don't play 'Christian' gigs, not even Tomfest or Cornerstone. This is their debut release on Tooth & Nail, released in early 2000. It's theatrical, shock/rock, Goth/horror, cemetery-rock, to put it bluntly. Or, to put it a little nicer, they're an alternative rock band with a slight 60s vibe and a 'wicked' sense of atmosphere, bordering on punk and gothic. Drawing spiritual lessons from the realm of B-movies, they show that everything is not always bright and happy in life, but they aren't deliberately morbid either. They even do a creative re-make, to put it lightly, of the 16th century mystic writer St. John of the Cross' 'Dark Night Of the Soul' you won't want to miss. There isn't much 'un-dead' Rocky-Horror-inspired CCM, so fans of Rackets & Drapes will go zombie for this. Even fans of Eva-O, Saviour Machine, and Dead Artist Syndrome will welcome some 'fresh blood,' so to speak. Songs include: 'Death & Life In Rock 'N Roll,' 'Go-Go To the Graveyard,' 'Vampires In Love,' 'Darlin' Darlin',' I Don't Want To,' 'Murder Creek Road,' 'Visitors From Outer Space,' 'Vegecide,' 'Poison Tongue,' 'Horrible Night,' 'Last Nail In Your Coffin,' 'Dead Indeed' and 'The Dark Night Of the Soul.'
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