Various former Death members, including guitarists Paul Masvidal, Shannon Hamm, and Bobby Koelble, drummers Gene Hoglan and Sean Reinert, and bassists Steve DiGiorgio and Scott Clendenin, are teaming up on the Death To All Tour, both to pay homage to Chuck Schuldiner and raise awareness for the Sweet Relief Musicians fund, a charity that "provides financial assistance to all types of career musicians who are struggling to make ends meet while facing illness, disability, or age-related problems." This five-city benefit tour will take place in June and it will also feature special guests.

Tour dates:

June 22 - San Francisco, CA, The Regency Ballroom
June 23 - West Hollywood, CA, House Of Blues
June 26 - Chicago, IL, House Of Blues
June 28 - New York, NY, Irving Plaza
June 30 - Orlando, FL, The Beacham





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Posted: 17.03.2012 by Void Eater



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HaaskAksaaH - 17.03.2012 at 14:02  
Amazing ! \m/ thx guys and definitely .... Respect !
ImperialTroll - 17.03.2012 at 14:10  
I thought Chuck Schuldiner's second coming has happened..But then again I know it's not scheduled until December 21st
Troy Killjoy - 17.03.2012 at 14:46  
Bonus points for the charity, but... no Chuck. I'm conflicted.
Carl Berg - 17.03.2012 at 15:40  
Damn, no shows in Europe.
Nattens - 17.03.2012 at 15:59  
Why bother? Without Chuck it simply isn't Death.
Milena - 17.03.2012 at 16:14  
It's kind of ironic that it's a charity tour entitled "Death To All"
Unhealer - 17.03.2012 at 16:27  
Holy fuuuuuuuuuck. I'd love to attend to any of those gigs.
Lit. - 17.03.2012 at 17:47  
Some tour.
Maybe I can make the New York one.
Marcel Hubregtse - 17.03.2012 at 19:21  
Written by Nattens on 17.03.2012 at 15:59

Why bother? Without Chuck it simply isn't Death.


did you read the reason behind this tour in the news item?
K†ulu - 17.03.2012 at 19:40  
The question is who will be doing vocals...
Marcel Hubregtse - 17.03.2012 at 19:43  
Written by K†ulu on 17.03.2012 at 19:40

The question is who will be doing vocals...


Donald Duck
Valentin B - 17.03.2012 at 19:44  
Written by K†ulu on 17.03.2012 at 19:40

The question is who will be doing vocals...

Dani Filth :p
Marcel Hubregtse - 17.03.2012 at 19:45  
Written by Valentin B on 17.03.2012 at 19:44

Written by K†ulu on 17.03.2012 at 19:40

The question is who will be doing vocals...

Dani Filth :p


Liek I said, Donald Duck
Valentin B - 17.03.2012 at 19:47  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 17.03.2012 at 19:45

Written by Valentin B on 17.03.2012 at 19:44

Written by K†ulu on 17.03.2012 at 19:40

The question is who will be doing vocals...

Dani Filth :p


Liek I said, Donald Duck

I saw your post and the first person to come to my mind who would be able to out-Chuck Donald Duck would be Filth
Death - 17.03.2012 at 22:41  
Will they play Death songs? If not, whose songs are they going to play?

Most importantly who'll do the vocals?

Sorry for so many questions. \m/
Scuzzy McDouche - 18.03.2012 at 00:12  
Death without Chuck? Blasphemy!
Lit. - 18.03.2012 at 02:17  
Written by K†ulu on 17.03.2012 at 19:40

The question is who will be doing vocals...


Cobra Commander!
Boxcar Willy - 18.03.2012 at 03:39  
Written by Lit. on 18.03.2012 at 02:17

Written by K†ulu on 17.03.2012 at 19:40

The question is who will be doing vocals...


Cobra Commander!

Nattramn!
Huntteri - 18.03.2012 at 11:03  
The singer is.... CHRIS BARNES!
LeChron James - 19.03.2012 at 18:48  
Hmmm, initially I thought this tour was disrespectful, but I can get behind it now since it's for charity.

Also, the vocalist should be Chuck's brother, like Valfar's brother did during their last show
Tristus Scriptor - 20.03.2012 at 00:35  
I think Martin van Drunen would sound great at the mic...though he doesn't have as much in common with the other musicians.
Marcel Hubregtse - 20.03.2012 at 02:55  
Written by Tristus Scriptor on 20.03.2012 at 00:35

...though he doesn't have as much in common with the other musicians.


true because Van Drunen is way cooler than all those combined
JohnDoe - 20.03.2012 at 03:16  
Written by Scuzzy McDouche on 18.03.2012 at 00:12

Death without Chuck? Blasphemy!

you haven't understood anything
Marcel Hubregtse - 20.03.2012 at 03:17  
Written by JohnDoe on 20.03.2012 at 03:16

Written by Scuzzy McDouche on 18.03.2012 at 00:12

Death without Chuck? Blasphemy!

you haven't understood anything


Tristus Scriptor - 20.03.2012 at 04:20  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 20.03.2012 at 02:55

true because Van Drunen is way cooler than all those combined


...well, I don't know if I'd go THAT far...but the man is a badass.
Grody2themax - 20.03.2012 at 05:43  
Written by Tristus Scriptor on 20.03.2012 at 00:35

I think Martin van Drunen would sound great at the mic...


Martin van Drunen is by far my favorite death metal vocalist, but I don't know if he'd fit all of Death's music too well. It would an interesting combination though.
Tristus Scriptor - 20.03.2012 at 06:52  
Written by Grody2themax on 20.03.2012 at 05:43

Martin van Drunen is by far my favorite death metal vocalist, but I don't know if he'd fit all of Death's music too well. It would an interesting combination though.


True, he's got a far more vulgar tone than Chuck, but the delivery has similarities at times. Chuck had different stages to his type of technique that Martin might not fit, though. (I'd sure enjoy it, nonetheless...) Personally, I'd love to hear Tomas Lindberg belt some Death, not because he's the perfect man for the job, but MY favorite higher-end death metal vocalist.
Apothecary - 20.03.2012 at 16:39  
Written by Nattens on 17.03.2012 at 15:59

Why bother? Without Chuck it simply isn't Death.

This isn't about a Death reunion. This is about paying respect to the legacy of a musician who has influenced thousands, if not tens of thousands, of metalheads worldwide, and who changed the genre forever with his dedication and astounding musicianship. And, to raise money in an effort to ensure that such talented musicians, like Chuck, who are stricken with disorders, get better taken care of. Of course it's not Death without Chuck. But is it still for a good cause? You bet.
Grody2themax - 24.03.2012 at 06:48  
Written by Tristus Scriptor on 20.03.2012 at 06:52

True, he's got a far more vulgar tone than Chuck, but the delivery has similarities at times. Chuck had different stages to his type of technique that Martin might not fit, though. (I'd sure enjoy it, nonetheless...) Personally, I'd love to hear Tomas Lindberg belt some Death, not because he's the perfect man for the job, but MY favorite higher-end death metal vocalist.


Van Drunen would fit Scream Bloody Gore and Leprosy really well. If Van Drunen sang on Left to Die it might almost sound enough like Pestilence to go on Consuming Impulse. Tomas Lindberg has a good voice, but his voice has been copied so much, jut like ATG has. And this is why his voice is sort of boring to me. I'd say Peter Tagtgren is one of my favorite higher end vocalists since hes so dynamic with his voice.
Tristus Scriptor - 24.03.2012 at 09:08  
Written by Grody2themax on 24.03.2012 at 06:48

Van Drunen would fit Scream Bloody Gore and Leprosy really well. If Van Drunen sang on Left to Die it might almost sound enough like Pestilence to go on Consuming Impulse. Tomas Lindberg has a good voice, but his voice has been copied so much, jut like ATG has. And this is why his voice is sort of boring to me. I'd say Peter Tagtgren is one of my favorite higher end vocalists since hes so dynamic with his voice.

Well, over-imitated or not, I still don't think anyone has the pure, anguished trueness of the man himself. Tompa is who he is, and all the newbies and clones haven't turned me off of his voice. I agree with you about Tagtgren being awesome, though.
K†ulu - 24.03.2012 at 23:11  
So Steffen Kummerer was announced as the second vocalist. If Van Drunen (I don't know the guy) is fit singing songs off Scream Bloody Gore and Leprosy, then Kummerer would fit singing stuff from The Sound of Perseverance.
Tristus Scriptor - 25.03.2012 at 08:48  
Written by K†ulu on 24.03.2012 at 23:11

So Steffen Kummerer was announced as the second vocalist. If Van Drunen (I don't know the guy) fit singing songs off Scream Bloody Gore and Leprosy, then Kummerer would fit singing stuff from The Sound of Perseverance.


Martin van Drunen is a legendary vocalist from early Pestilence releases, currently with Asphyx and Hail of Bullets. He also toured with Bolt Thrower a couple of times.
@gent_-_orange - 25.03.2012 at 14:24  
Written by Tristus Scriptor on 25.03.2012 at 08:48


Martin van Drunen is a legendary vocalist from early Pestilence releases, currently with Asphyx and Hail of Bullets. He also toured with Bolt Thrower a couple of times.


Its a shame he didn't record with Bolt Thrower , And hearing him play stuff from Leprosy / Scream Bloody Gore would be bad-ass. Anyway I hope this tour is successful.
Dislocated Soul - 19.04.2012 at 08:27  
Chuck Schuldiner's Lagacy is A high that can never be bought or sold. I adore Death, My guitar playing wouldn't be anything if it wasnt for Chuck.

I wish you all good spirits to all of you attending these shows.

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