Death (2)

Members of Death (2): Bill Andrews, Bobby Koelble, Chris Reifert, Chuck Schuldiner, Eric Brecht, Eric Meade, Gene Hoglan, James Murphy (2), John Hand, Kam Lee, Kelly Conlon, Matt Olivo, Paul Masvidal, Ralph Santolla, Richard Christy, Rick Rozz, Scott Carino, Scott Clendenin, Sean Reinert, Shannon Hamm, Steve DiGiorgio, Terry Butler
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.emptywords.org/, http://www.relapse.com/label/artist/death.html, www.facebook.com/chuckschuldinerofficial, www.facebook.com/deathofficial, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_(metal_band)

Discography of Death (2):

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Spiritual Healing 8 Audio 1990 Under One Flag
2 The Sound Of Perseverance 9 Audio 1998-08-31
3 Individual Thought Patterns 10 Audio 1994-06-22 Sony Records
4 Symbolic 9 Audio 1995-03-21
5 Human 8 Audio Century Media
6 Scream Bloody Gore 15 Audio
7 Leprosy 8 Audio 1998 Century Media
8 Spiritual Healing 8 Audio 1999 Century Media
9 Fate 10 Audio 1992 Under One Flag
10 Scream Bloody Gore 12 Audio Combat
11 Scream Bloody Gore 10 Audio 1987 Under One Flag
12 Scream Bloody Gore 10 Audio 1987 Combat
13 Leprosy 8 Audio 1988 Combat
14 Human 8 Audio 1991 R/C Records
15 The Sound Of Perseverance 8 Audio 2000
16 Leprosy 8 Audio 1988 Under One Flag
17 Spiritual Healing 8 Audio 1990 Combat
18 Fate 10 Audio 1992 Under One Flag
19 Symbolic 9 Audio 1995 Metal Mind Records
20 Individual Thought Patterns 10 Audio 2001 Century Media
21 Early Demos 13 Audio Not On Label (Death (2))
22 Scream Bloody Gore 12 Audio 1987 Under One Flag
23 Live In L.A. (Death & Raw) 13 Audio 2001
24 Live In L.A. (Death & Raw) 14 Audio 2001
25 Human 8 Audio 1991
26 Demos #1 #2 & 1984 Rehearsal 17 Audio 2004 Devil Metal Records
27 The Sound Of Perseverance 9 Audio 1998-09-23 Victor
28 Reign Of Terror 5 Audio 1984-10-00 Not On Label (Death (2) Self-released)
29 Leprosy 8 Audio Combat
30 Spiritual Healing 8 Audio 1990-02-16 Combat
31 Fate 10 Audio Relativity
32 Individual Thought Patterns 10 Audio
33 Live In L.A. (Death & Raw) 13 Audio 2001-09-17
34 Live In Eindhoven '98 11 Audio 2001-10-30 Nuclear Blast
35 Live In Eindhoven '98 11 Audio 2001-10-30 Nuclear Blast
36 Spiritual Healing 8 Audio 1990 Under One Flag
37 Individual Thought Patterns 10 Audio 1993 Roadrunner Records
38 The Sound Of Perseverance 10 Audio 2005
39 Scream Bloody Gore 10 Audio 1987 Combat
40 The Sound Of Perseverance 11 Audio 2005-11-15 Nuclear Blast
41 Symbolic 14 Audio 2008-04-01 Roadrunner Records
42 Leprosy 8 Audio 2007-10-29 Back On Black
43 Symbolic 9 Audio 1995-03-21 Roadrunner Records
44 Baptized In Blood 11 Audio 1992 Hix-Hax Records
45 Symbolic 9 Audio 2007-11-19
46 Leprosy 8 Audio 1991 Takt Music
47 Aggressive Thunder 2 Audio Not On Label
48 Individual Thought Patterns 10 Audio 2007-10-29 Back On Black
49 Human 8 Audio 2007-10-29 Back On Black
50 Spiritual Healing 8 Audio 2007-10-29 Back On Black


Formed in 1983 as Mantas with Chuck Schuldiner on vocals and guitar, Rick Rozz on guitar and Barney 'Kam' Lee on drums and vocals. In 1984 the band recorded their first demo called "Death By Metal". Soon after the recording the band split up and Chuck formed a new band named Death.

1984: Rick Rozz (guitar), Kam Lee (drums), Chuck Schuldiner (guitar, vocals).

1985: Rick Rozz leaves the band. Scott Carlson (bass) and Matt Olivio (guitar) from the Michigan based band Genocide joined Death. Kam left the band. A couple of months later both Matt and Scott left. Chuck moved to San Francisco and joined forces with Eric Brecht (drums). At the end of the year Chuck returned to Florida bandless.

1986: Chuck moved to Toronto to join Slaughter. After a couple of weeks Chuck moved back to Florida and then once again to San Francisco to join up with drummer Chris Reifert. During rehearsals Steve DiGiorgio played bass while Death and Sadus shared a rehearsal space. They recorded "Scream Bloody Gore" during the summer.

1987: "Scream Bloody Gore" released March 1987. Chuck moved back to Florida and teamed up with Rick Rozz (guitar), Terry Buttler (bass) and Bill Andrews (drums).

1988: Rick Rozz replaced by James Murphy.

1990: James Murphy replaced by Albert Gonzales who in the same year was replaced by Paul Masvidal. The band decided to tour Europe without Chuck with Walter Trachsler on guitar and Louie Carrisalez handling the vocals.

1991: Chuck recruits Sean Reinert (drums), Paul Masvidal (guitar) and Steve DiGiorgio (bass). Steve DiGiorgio replaced by Skott Carino

1993: Paul Masvidal and Sean Reinert leaves replaced by Andy LaRocque (guitar) and Gene Hoglan (drums) and Steve DiGiorgio rejoins. Craig Locicero helps out on their European tour and Ralph Santolla on the US tour and the Easter festivals in Europe.

1995: Bobby Koelble on guitar and Kelly Conlon on drums.

1996: A break so Chuck can think about the band's future. During this period Chuck starts the band [a=Control Denied].

1998: Shannon Hamm on guitar, Scott Clendenin on bass and Richard Christy on drums.

1999: Chuck is diagnosed with a brainstem tumor.

2001: "Live In L.A." and "Live In Eindhoven" albums were released by Nuclear Blast to earn some money for Chuck's treatment. Chuck passed away on December 13.


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