Dead Can Dance fans such as myself have eagerly awaited the release of Anastasis. The band's first album of new material in sixteen years, Anastasis is aptly titled for the Greek word meaning "resurrection." It's finally here and, though not as exotic and exciting as I'd hoped, it is unusual and beautiful in its own... Continue Reading →
Dead Can Dance will release their new album, Anastasis, on August 9th. You can download a free, legal mp3 of of the album's first single, "Amnesia," by entering your email address into the widget below... Buy DCD Music @ Amazon Dead Can Dance Official Site
Dead Can Dance is offering a free, legal download of their 5-track “Live Happenings – Part V” EP. You can access the download by entering your email address via the widget below… Buy DCD Music @ Amazon Dead Can Dance Official Site
Dead Can Dance is offering a free, legal download of their 4-track “Live Happenings – Part IV” EP. You can access the download by entering your email address via the widget below… Buy DCD Music @ Amazon Dead Can Dance Official Site
Dead Can Dance are reportedly working on a new album to be released this year. In the meantime, the band is offering a free, legal download of their 4-track "Live Happenings - Part III" EP. You can access the download by entering your email address via the widget below...
Ark is former Dead Can Dance frontman Brendan Perry's second solo album and his first studio release in eleven years. Brendan wrote all of the lyrics, played (or programmed) every instrument himself and recorded the album in his own studio in Ireland. Lyrically, the theme of conflict - particularly within politics and war - runs... Continue Reading →
Last week's pick, Dead Can Dance's Toward the Within, was a little obscure, so I feared no one else would bother listening to it. But I did get some very enthusiastic responses, as well as a hesitant remark from another music blogger that it might be "a bit too morose and dirge-y." There is indeed... Continue Reading →
Last week's selection, Carole King's Tapestry, is one of my all-time favorite albums and was at the top of my list of classic albums to use for this project. Unfortunately for my husband (who wasn't quite as impressed since he's more familiar with covers of the songs), I know and love Tapestry so much that... Continue Reading →