Death - Canadian Death Tribute


The Canadian Death tribute band Symbolic will play a tribute show for Death founder Chuck Schuldiner on December 12th at the Theatre Imperial in Quebec City, QC. Symbolic share the stage with Bobby Koelble (Symbolic album), Shannon Hamm, Scott Clendenin (The Sound Of Perseverance album) and Daniel Mongrain (Martyr).

All the profits will be divided between Schuldiner's foundation for cancer research and a local foundation.

Below the list of performing musicians:

Drums
1- Nicholas Barker (ex-Dimmu, ex-Cradle, etc)
2- Jonathan Lee (The Autumn Offering, ex-Acheron)
3- Antoine Baril (Symbolic)

Bass
1- Scott Clendenin (Death 1996-1999)
2- Alexis Robitaille (Symbolic)
3- Daniel Perron (ex-Symbolic)

Guitar
1- Shannon Hamm (Death 1996-2001)
2- Bobby Koelble (Death 1995)
3- Ralph Santolla (Death 1993, Obituary, ex-Deicide, Ex-Iced Earth)
4- Daniel Mongrain (Martyr)
5- Marc-André Gingras (Quo Vadis)
6- Matthew Sweeney (Symbolic)
7- Mike Sweeney (Symbolic)

Two more Tribute Shows are scheduled for December 6th + December 15th (in Italy and Massachusetts).

Source: emptywords.org
Band profile: Death
 
Posted: 30.11.2007 by Warman


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30.11.2007 - 18:24
Bad English
Masterchief
Interesting RIP Chuck
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I better die, because I never will learn speek english, so I choose dieing
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30.11.2007 - 18:32
BloodTears
ANA-thema
Its a nice idea.
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Written by BloodTears on 19.08.2011 at 18:29

Like you could kiss my ass.
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30.11.2007 - 18:34
graywolf87
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they should come to my city (New York)...Symbolic is a great tribute band plus the others = one hell of a great event.
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30.11.2007 - 18:46
CrimsonSoaked
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Great act for the great man
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30.11.2007 - 20:05
O p e t h
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wow that will be great
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30.11.2007 - 20:08
Nethrakh
Written by Guest on 30.11.2007 at 18:46

Great act for the great man

same opinion here
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30.11.2007 - 23:22
Insineratehymn
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This will truly be an honorable moment in metal history.
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30.11.2007 - 23:28
BurbotsRevenge
Foetal Butchery
nice idea, for a good cause

there couldnt be a more desrving man

RIP Chuck
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01.12.2007 - 02:44
Fane
Yes indeed. This is a great and honorable idea to do. Would like to know what people who are against metal music think about this kind of ideas.
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01.12.2007 - 07:19
Oracle
Orcinus
Yeah That is a nice idea
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01.12.2007 - 09:49
Opium
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Hmmm, replace the late Chuck with the singer/guitarist of this band, add the other decent members of Death from Symbolic era, also have Carcass and Sacred Reich lined up and it'd be a wet dream for me (musically speaking)

Interesting news nonetheless, good to hear about this happening
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01.12.2007 - 12:13
FOOCK Nam
Very good act
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01.12.2007 - 22:07
Lady Bathory
Good show for a good cause.

It's a chance to see what we can. Those who never had the pleasure of seeing Death that is.

Chuck would approve, and I'll be there for sure
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03.12.2007 - 07:08
Drizzling Blur
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Nice, it's good musicians who've picked up this project, should be awesome.
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20.01.2009 - 05:23
gnad
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Holy ****, I was only hoping when I googled that there was a Death cover band out there. 6 weeks too late, I see. I echo greywolf87, go to New York or come to chicago but keep that mojo going boys. Hell, I'd fly to either city to see that.

One of my fondest memories is losing my mind to Without Judgment in the mosh pit at Chicago's Double Door. Death was one of the few bands that could appeal to both the intellect and primal. Skyclad, Slayer are others.

Is there no website out there, or how to get updated?
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20.01.2009 - 13:38
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Written by Guest on 20.01.2009 at 05:23

Holy ****, I was only hoping when I googled that there was a Death cover band out there. 6 weeks too late, I see.


Six weeks too late? More like one year and six weeks
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