Mr. Deceased can be an underground hip-hop designer hailing from Brooklyn, NY. Born mainly because C. Davis, the passionate horror film fan worked well as an achieved makeup designer not merely on grade-B horror movies, but also on music video clips, including some by rap take action Gravediggaz. While performing make-up at a Prince Paul video take, he was launched to WordSound, New York’s underground hip-hop and illbient label. Deceased teamed up with Big Pat to create the duo Metabolics, who released their 1st recording, The M-Virus, on WordSound in 1999. In 2001, he released his 1st full-fledged solo work, a continuation from the Metabolics task known as Metabolics, Vol. 2: Dawn from the Deceased. The album presented various guest performers, especially Prince Paul, Dan the Automator, Sensational, M. Sayyid (of Antipop Consortium), Big Pat, and WordSound mind Spectre, and several unknown MCs, such as for example Herc Boogie as well as the Vandal. While Dead’s tone of voice is definitely gruff and his items are dark, with horror film examples and eerie results, his music is definitely much less abstract than that of several of his labelmates. Regrettably, despite the fact that both albums gained critical praise, these were hardly noticed from the record-buying general public. Aside from his very own albums, Mr. Deceased has also produced guest performances on various other WordSound albums, especially on Spectre’s THE FINISH (2000) and amounts two and three from the compilation series The Sick St. Presents Subterranean Hitz (1998 and 2000, respectively).