The group went on hiatus briefly in 1981, but reformed that summer with Rikk Agnew replacing Jay on guitar. Their debut album - the death-rock classic Only Theatre Of Pain was released in March 1982. Later that year, Agnew and Belanger had left the band and were replaced by Eva O and 'China' respectively. In 1983, Williams formed a new band with members of Pompeii 99, a band that Christian Death had played some shows with just before they had split. This new group consisted of Rozz, Valor (2), Gitane Demone, David Glass & Constance Smith. Rozz wanted to bring back the Daucus Karota name for this new band, but Valor and his European record company convinced him to retain the name Christian Death.
Death Club 1981-1993 by Christian Death, released 20 October 2016 1. Dogs 2. Deathwish 3. Cavity - First Communion 4. Rome's Distress 5. Cervix Couch 6. The Drowning 7. Ashes 8. The Luxury Of Tears 9. Spectre 10. Haloes 11. This Mirage 12. The Angels (Cruciform) 13. Venus In Furs 14. Psalm (Maggots Lair) 15. [Interview With Rozz Wi. .Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Christian Death is an American gothic rock band formed in Orange County, California, in 1979 by Rozz Williams. With major line-up changes over the years, Christian Death has retained "a relentlessly confrontational stand against organized religion and conventional morality". Williams was eventually joined by guitarist Rikk Agnew of the band Adolescents, James McGearty on bass guitar and George Belanger on drums.
Christian Death (18). Christine Plays Viola (2). Chvrches (10). The Sisters of Mercy (85). The Sisters of Mercy 1981 (6). The Sisters of Mercy 1982 (7). The Sisters of Mercy 1983 (50).
CHRISTIAN DEATH videos - (1981-85) Heavens And Hells.
Although recorded in 1981 and 1982, this live album was released in 2007 coinciding with the reunion as Heaven & Hell. "site reports "During his weekly radio show, "Friday Night Rocks", on New York's Q104. 3 FM (Friday, November 24), Eddie Trunk offered the following recap of his chat with the members of Heaven and Hell""
Christian Death II (also known as Christian Death featuring Rozz Williams). The Iron Mask (1992). Heavens and Hells (1990). Sleepless Nights: Live 1990 (1993). The Doll's Theatre (1994). Christian Death: Live (video; 1995). Death in Detroit (1995). Mandylion (released solely in Europe under the name Christ Death) (1993). The Best of Christian Death (Featuring: Rozz Williams) (1999). Death Club 1981–1993 (2005). Six Six Sixth Communion (2007). Death Box (box-set; 2012).
|A4||Burnt Offerings (Original Version)|
|A5||Resurrection - Sixth Communion|
|A6||Dream For Mother|
|A9||Six, Six, Sixth Communion|
|B4||Stairs - Uncertain Journey|
|B5||Trials And Tribulations|
|B6||Cavity - First Communion|
|B8||Sleepwalk (Original Version)|
|C1||Working On Beyond|
|C2||Into The Light|
|C3||Face (Original Version)|
|C4||Stairs (Alternate Version)|
|C7||This Glass House|
|D1||The Blue Hour|
|D2||The Luxury Of Tears|
|D4||"Ashes II" / When I Was Bed|
|D5||Spectre (Love Is Dead)|
|none||Christian Death||(1981-85) Heavens And Hells (2xCass, Ltd, RE, C-6)||Rozznet.com, Malaise Media||none||US||1997|