We’ve finally started our discussion on the Valor Kand era of Christian Death. After Rozz William’s departure, Kand took over leading the group and fronts it till this day. Kand is known for his strong opinions and even stirred up a decent amount of controversy during his time as frontman, but do these releases stand up now? It seems that less people are as familiar with the Christian Death releases provided by Kand so hopefully we can shed some light on these possibly forgotten classics. We take a look a Atrocities, The Scriptures, Sex and Drugs and Jesus Christ, and All the Love All the Hate Parts 1 and 2.
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Do you plan on making an episode on Rozz Williams after he left Christian Death?
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We do! We plan to cover Shadow Project, his solo material, and even try fit in Dream Home Heartache and Daucus Karota somewhere!
Hi, i hace a random question. Do you know what year this photo was taken?
I think it was taken sometime around 86/87. Mostly based on the fact that David Glass is in the photo and he left the band after Scriptures