Darren Deicide New Album 2016

Mar 12, 2016 | News

Darren Deicide’s new full-length album, The Blues Non Est Mortuum, is now exclusively available for $25 plus $5 for domestic shipping in the US. International orders will be billed separately for shipping charges after the online order is placed. If that seems too confusing, please contact berenicerecords@yahoo.com to order directly. Thank You

The Blues Non Est Mortuum is Darren Deicide’s first full-length release in 7 years and will be released on Berenice Records. The album features appearances by Reverend Adam Campbell from the Church of Satan as well as St. Louis songwriter, Edgefield C. Johnston, and was recorded at multi-platinum recording studio, Water Music, which has graced the likes of Dave Matthews Band, Beyoncé, Allman Brothers Band, Shakira, Sonic Youth, Social Distortion, R. Kelly, Ween, Lamb Of God, and Joey Ramone. The Blues Non Est Mortuum includes a 12-page, full-color booklet by designed by Lisa DiLeo and comes with free digital downloads of the complete album. The release will be celebrated with a European record release tour through Belgium, Netherlands, and Switzerland on October 5th-16th. Details can be found at darrendeicide.com.

About Darren Deicide:
“If any proof is needed that the power of blues is easier to find than ever, look no further than Darren Deicide,” says The Aquarian Weekly. “Surprisingly rugged and rich…Darren Deicide brings more danger to rock n’ roll with a single blues lick and a few moments of your time than most contemporary bands do over the course of a tour,” said Jersey Beat. Darren Deicide is the pioneer of his own style of neo-jukehouse blues that acknowledges diabolical traditions while treading its own path through the contemporary world.

He maintains a continuous touring schedule and has played with an array of notable artists around the entire United States that has spanned from The Members and Dead Prez to Danny and the Juniors. He has played on Fox 5’s Good Day New York as a featured artist on the Make Music New York Festival. In addition he has been featured at Louisville, KY’s Good Folk Fest, Washington, NJ’s Festival in the Borough, and Hartford, CT’s Hope Out Loud Festival. He has worked with award-winning director, Gabriel Haze, and reborn doll artist/model, Marilyn Mansfield, on his premiere music video for the song, “The Cocaine Song“. Recently, he made his debut at the legendary New York City venue, Webster Hall. As a devotee of rhythm, blues, and punk, Darren also competes and teaches swing dancing and has had editorial articles printed in a number of publications, including the long running column “Agent Provocateur” in The Aquarian Weekly, which evolved into a segment on the 9Sense podcast. He also is the creator and host of the live music series Hokum!, an alternative roots music showcase. His most recent releases were his first 7-inch vinyl pressing, “Bomb This Joint” and a joint project with the Historic Jersey City’s Harsimus Cemetery entitled Back from the Dead: The Harsimus Sessions, a new set of live video sessions. On October 1st, 2016, he releases The Blues Non Est Mortuum on Berenice Records, his first full-length album in 7 years.