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Daath Announce Series Of Headline Shows
November 12, 2010
Daath will embark on a special series of headlining shows with Deliver Us From Evil supporting beginning on Friday, Nov. 19th. This will essentially serve as a warm up for the plethora of worldwide touring that lies ahead of them, which kicks off on Nov. 24th in North America as the group heads out on a trek with Chimaira and Impending Doom. This will lead them immediately into a lengthy European run with Fear Factory, so be sure to either see below or visit www.myspace.com/daath to view their complete touring itinerary.

Levi (guitars) states: “We’re going to be doing some headlining shows on our way to meeting up with Chimaira and Impending Doom. If you’re wondering why you should come out to that well, if you want to hear us play a longer than usual set which touches on our entire catalogue then come out. Otherwise I don’t recommend it.”

Daath has partnered up with Revolver Magazine to present an exclusive track debut for the scathing new cut, “Double Tap Suicide,” which can be streamed now at the link below. This piece also features a candid, in-depth chat with Sean Z. (vocals) and Levi (guitars) who comes clean on his near death experience last year and what inspired him to write such an aggressive offering. http://www.revolvermag.com/music/detail/daath/

The group’s highly anticipated third full-length, self-titled release is now available everywhere through Century Media Records.

Daath w/ Deliver Us From Evil:
11/19 - Limelight - Nashville, TN (w/ Dead chain, Down Slave, Piranah)
11/20 - The Duck Inn - Evansville, IN (w/ Blood Tribe, Worse Case Scenario)
11/22 - Friends and Co. - (w/ Seven Year Existence, Deliver the Fallen)
11/23 - C n D's Silver Dollar Lounge (w/ Seven Year Existence)

Daath w/ Chimaria, Impending Doom:
11/24 - Chicago, IL
11/26 - Columbus, OH
11/27 - Detroit, MI
11/28 - Pittsburgh, PA
11/29 - Toronto, ON
11/30 - Montreal, QC
12/01 - Poughkeepsie, NY
12/02 - West Springfield, VA
12/03 - Allentown, PA
12/04 - Lancaster, PA

Daath w/ Fear Factory, High On Fire:
12/06 - LUX, Luxembourg, - Den Atelier
12/07 - BEL, Antwerp - Trix
12/08 - GER, Saarbrucken - Garage
12/09 - AUT, Wien - Arena
12/11 - SWI, Zurich - Dynamo
12/12 - ITA, Bologna - Estragon
12/13 - GER, Köln - Essigfabrik
12/14 - FRA, Paris - Elysee Montmartre
12/15 - GBR, Nottingham - Rock City
12/16 - SCO, Glasgow - QMU
12/18 - GBR, Manchester - O2 Academy
12/19 - GBR, London - Forum
12/20 - GBR, Bristol - O2 Academy
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Daath Post New Webisode Online
September 25, 2010
Extreme metal at its very best, plain and simple, is what the Atlanta based quintet Daath delivers. The group's highly anticipated third full-length release is going to be self-titled and is set for an Oct. 25th release. The disc is a face melting masterpiece that was co-produced by the renowned Mark Lewis (Trivium, Devildriver) and Eyal Levi (guitars). Stay tuned in the coming weeks for a big North American touring announcement.

Metal Mark from Skulls 'N' Bones recently spent some time in the studio with the band and compiled a video series documenting the recording process, so click on the link below to check out the sixth installment featuring the drum tracking sessions with the renowned Kevin Talley (ex-Chimaira, Dying Fetus) destroying the kit.

Talley further states: "Ladies, prepare to drop your pants when you hear the drumming on this album. It's just pure fucking pounding coming from all directions. I am better than Lars on this disc."

A specially priced pre-order package featuring an exclusive shirt and new CD is available now at the link below for only $20, so click below to purchase now as this is a very limited offer. http://www.cmdistro.com/Item/Daath_-_-Daath-_CD_+_Shirt_-PRE-ORDER-/PKG000489

The stunning new Daath track, "Indestructible Overdose," is also now available at this location.
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Daath Post New Track Online
September 10, 2010
Extreme metal at its very best, plain and simple, is what the Atlanta based quintet Daath delivers. The group's highly anticipated third full-length release is going to be self-titled and is set for an Oct. 26th North American release. The disc was co-produced by the renowned Mark Lewis (Trivium, Devildriver) and Eyal Levi (guitars). Check out blistering new track, "Destruction Restoration," now at www.myspace.com/daath.

Emil Werstler (guitars) states: "The track 'Destruction/Restoration' was an obvious choice when it came down to which song we wanted to debut. It flexes a little progressive muscle and has a few sharp turns transitionally. It is an aggressive and to the point song that does not expose very much or drop any hints of what to expect from the record. Some of the main ideas of the song are early 90's Florida death metal influenced while the chorus is much more melodic, which makes the song unique."

Eyal Levi (guitars) further states: "Never say never. We made a decision in 2008; which was that if we were to ever include synth/keyboards in a major way on a future Daath record, that it would have to be completely different and far superior, in our opinion, to anything we've ever done with the instrument, as well as add a new dimension to the bigger picture. The role of the guitar in the overall sound of the band has grown far past what it used to be and it would be an insult not only to the music itself, but also to our fans to not reintroduce the synth aspect of our sound in an equally evolved way.

"Our friend and collaborator, Eric Guenther (From Exile, Levi/Werstler), contributed all of the synth, piano, and keyboards to the new DAATH album. It was a natural fit. We've been friends for years and a good part of that friendship has included musical collaboration. From full albums to late night drunken jams the guy has become part of our circle of crazy musicians. The guy has methods and styles all of his own. He's managed to find a way to use synthesizers in a way that compliments the overall sound of a raging metal band while remaining musical the entire time."
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Daath Announce New Album Details
August 17, 2010
Extreme metal at its very best, plain and simple, is what the Atlanta based quintet Daath delivers. The group's highly anticipated third full-length release is going to be self-titled and is set for an Oct. 26th North American release.

Daath are currently putting the finishing touches on the new disc, which is being co-produced by the renowned Mark Lewis (Trivium, Devildriver) and Eyal Levi (guitars). Metal Mark from Skulls N Bones recently spent some time in the studio with the band and compiled a video series documenting the recording process, so click on the link below now to check out the second installment.

Sean Z.
(vocals) further states: "This album will definitely be the most real thing this band has put out to date. It's on a level everyone can relate to. The lyrics have taken a brand new direction and the music compliments the insanity creating a fucking masterpiece of a way different kind."

Currently the group is more determined, energized, and focused than ever before and is continuing to expand upon their unique, uncompromising and dynamic sound. For those previously uninitiated, feel free to head over to www.myspace.com/daath to see what they are all about.
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Daath Commence Recording Process
May 30, 2010
Always one determined to abide by no preconceived industry standards and stray far from conventionality are the Atlanta based quintet Daath, who against all odds triumphantly return and enter the studio early next month to begin tracking their highly anticipated third full-length release. The drumming phenom Kevin Talley (ex-Chimaira, Dying Fetus) begins tracking in Atlanta on June 7th with renowned producer Mark Lewis (All That Remains, Trivium, Devildriver) and co-producer Eyal Levi (guitars) at the helm. Be sure to stay tuned to www.myspace.com/daath in the coming weeks for exclusive, in-depth webisodes documenting the entire recording process.

guitar titans, Eyal Levi and Emil Werstler, also unleashed their new all instrumental collaboration, Levi/Werstler 'Avalanche of Worms' on Magna Carta Records last month to rave reviews. The duo teamed with legendary drummer Sean Reinert (Cynic, ex-Death) on this album to deliver a commanding sonic statement.

further comment about the writing process for the new Daath effort: "Here we are in the studio once again. It almost feels like we never left. Less than half a year ago we were putting the finishing touches on 'Avalanche of Worms'. Usually after you finish an album you take time away from creating in order to tour, but in this case we jumped right back into recording. Simultaneous to working night and day to bring this new Daath record to life we've watched 'Avalanche of Worms' make its way into the world and take on a life of its own. The response has been amazing. It's great to see that in this day and age an instrumental album can still resonate deeply with people. We're really excited to see where Levi/Werstler will take us next. Nothing is set in stone, but ideas are being thrown around for an album in 2011. And before any of that, there's a Daath album to finish.

"We're currently in the final stages of pre-production and begin recording with Mark Lewis on June 7th here in Atlanta. The release is planned for this fall. We'll spare you the cliches about the record, but will say that it's without a doubt the next level for us. If there's anything consistent about us as artists and musicians it's that we're always pushing ourselves to break new ground and grow the power of our collective statement. Expect nothing less."
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HOME TOWN: Atlanta, Georgia
Sean Z - Vocals
Eyal Levi - Guitar
Emil Werstler - Guitar
Jeremy Creamer - Bass
Kevin Talley - Drums

Hailing from the prolific music scene found in the South-Eastern metropolis of Atlanta Georgia, DAATH did not spring forth fully formed. In the years prior to their recent signing to a worldwide recording contract with Roadrunner Records, main song-writers Eyal Levi (guitar) and Michael Kameron (vocals, keys) shared a musical upbringing and long collaboration that has brought them through many trials, disappointments, and accomplishments.

Levi and Kameron briefly attended Boston�s acclaimed Berklee College of Music together before deciding to end their studies so they could concentrate fully on developing their unique writing chemistry, which several years later still defines their musical collaborations , and thus was born their earliest incarnation. Using the moniker �Dirtnap� the pair wrote and recorded several demos and one full length CD between 1999 and 2003, until Kameron�s interest in ancient belief systems and psychology spurred both a change in band name and thematic content. Say�s the composer/vocalist, �Daath's music is an exploration of the negative sides of the human psyche.� So, in 2003, with a new name, new direction, and fresh line-up, DAATH set out on a nearly two year long path that saw them record their debut, the self-released �Futility�, distribute over 15,000 copies of it�s single, �Child Says� worldwide, and tour with both Misery Index and Arsis. In 2005 enough new material had been written to enter the studio for album number two and on a suggestion from Volume Magazine's Stace Jareti, Levi contacted Florida-based producer James Murphy (ex-Death, Obituary, Disincarnate, Testament). Originally planned for self-release, �The Hinderers� came together so well that Murphy (who played some guest guitar solos on the album) convinced the group to hold off on their DIY efforts to allow him time to find a label home for the band, and after a 5 month search Roadrunner Records A&R main-man Monte Conner gave the nod and Daath was brought on board with one of metal�s premiere labels.

Pulling influences as diverse as classical, death metal, and electronica together into a cohesive and compelling sound, DAATH�s music transcends genre-tagging despite the obvious preponderance of such death-metal staples as fast, powerful drumming, thick raging guitars, and gutturally menacing vocals. The 6 band members (Levi and Kameron with lead guitarist Emil Werstler, bassist Jeremy Creamer, front man Sean Farber, and drummer Matt Ellis) stand poised to bring their darkly branded vision of metal to your ears via their Roadrunner debut, The Hinderers, which will be re-tooled, refined, and expanded in May, once again with Murphy at his Orlando FL area recording studio, The SafeHouse.