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Something About Death Or Dying

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Alex Rosamilia, guitarist of The Gaslight Anthem, Dan Pelic formerly of Chambers and their longtime friends Darrell Coco (bass) and Wes Kleinknecht (drums) have teamed up to create a new project by the name of, Something About Death or Dying. Read more on Last.fm

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If You Buy One Thing This Week: The Treehouse Breast Cancer Charity Compilation

November 11th, 2014

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We like to think that If You Buy One Thing This Week has encouraged you to support your favourite artists, and maybe even a few new ones, by actually throwing down some cold hard cash to support the releases we recommend. With that in mind, we really hope you take the time to support this week’s pick for If You Buy One Thing This Week, as while you’ll be getting some kickass tunes by doing so (including one from our old friends, The Gaslight Anthem-member boasting Something About Death Or Dying who are pictured above), you’ll also be helping support The Keep-A-Breast Foundation.

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Who wants a free Something About Death Or Dying poster then?

February 3rd, 2011

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If you’ve followed our site for any length of time, you’ll know that we flippin’ love Something About Death Or Dying, the new band from Gaslight Anthem guitarist, Alex Rosamilia, and ex-Chambers vocalist, Dan Pelic. Well, not content with just giving away their demo for free, they’ve given us some art prints to giveaway to three of you lucky scamps too.

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Future Hits 070: Something About Death Or Dying

December 8th, 2010

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Something About Death Or Dying
From: New Jersey, USA
Lazy equation: (Norma Jean x Doomriders) – The Gaslight Anthem
Website: Myspace, Facebook

Thrash Hits verdict: We live for fresh music and this is it right here. We love, love, loved Chambers’ debut album earlier in 2010 and The Gaslight Anthem speak for themselves so a combination of the two was never going to be bad but we really weren’t preparaed for just how good SADOD were going to be. Groovy, tumultuous riffs that rise and fall with speedball energy, rounded off with vocals that carry an unbridled ferocity. Alex Rosamilia’s guitarwork is unrecognisable from his other band and Dan Pelic’s voice is one of the truest portrayals of anger you’re ever going to hear. It’s inspirational stuff.

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