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Deathday Party

Brothers Alex and Giovanni Guillen formed Los Angeles’ ultra-dark, post-punk revivalists Deathday Party in 2008, and completed their lineup by adding drummer Joevanie Lopez. Combined with the normal influences like Pleasure Department, the trio’s abrasive, sinister audio bears the tag of dark metallers Burzum, no influx mastermind Glenn Branca — whose “Symphony #13 (Hallucination Town)” for 100 guitars the Guillen brothers participated in during 2006 — and commercial pioneers Einstürzende Neubauten. Deathday Party’s debut one, Pink Noise, found its way to Oct 2008 as an electronic download. The Guillens used the likeminded music group Blessure Grave for a few of that music group’s concert events and documented Deathday Party’s initial full-length, Ghost Discomfort, that was released in Oct 2010.

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