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Death from Above 1979 is a punk rock act from Ontario, Canada. The band was formed in 2001 by drummer/vocalist Sebastian Grainger and bassist Jesse Keeler. The band was originally called 'Death from Above', but the '1979' was added later to the title after a legal dispute with DFA, a US based music collective. The band remained active in the industry from 2001 to 2006, and then reunited in 2011 for another amazing run that continues to entertain fans.
Road to success
The punk rock duo released their debut EP, Heads Up, in 2002. It contained notable singles “Too Much Love” and “Losing Friends.” The EP was followed by another in 2004 titled Romantic Rights.
The band began their ride to success with their 2004 debut full-length album, You're A Woman, I'm A Machine. The album was released under the label of Last Gang Records and turned out to be a success. It spawned the notable singles “Blood On Our Hands”, “Pull Out” and “Romantic Rights”, the latter of which won a MuchMusic Video Music Award.
Their next album, Romance Bloody Romance: Remixes and B-sides, was released in 2005. It became the band's first hit to feature on the Billboard charts, reaching twenty-two on the Top Electronic Albums chart. This collection of remixes featured renewed versions of tracks from the acclaimed previous album.
The band's appeal lies in their high-energy concert performances and their loud rhythmic sound. They have successfully combined elements of punk, dance and hard rock into their music.
The talented pair has rocked audiences at multiple tours and festival performances. They have performed at top festivals including Coachella, SXSW and Lollapalooza, Rifflandia and the Wakestock Music Festival. Touring gigs with high-profile bands such as Queens of The Stone Age and Nine Inch Nails followed their 2004 hit album, You're A Woman, I'm a Machine.
In 2006 the duo decided to part ways each exploring their own solo music careers. Extensive touring schedules had taken a toll on their friendship. However, 2011 saw them reunite and they officially announced a reformation of the band. Their popular comeback performance was set on the stage of Coachella that same year.
The Physical World and upcoming tour
In summer 2014, three years after they reunited, the duo announced the release of their next studio album. They also released “Trainwreck 1979”, their first single in nine years around the same time. The album followed in fall and featured original new songs.
The Physical World reached multiple Billboard charts and peaked at number two on the Top Hard Rock Albums chart. It also ranked at number three on the Top Canadian Albums and Top Modern Rock/Alternative Albums charts.
With The Physical World, the duo has made a triumphant return to the world of rock. The music featured on the album expanded their sound without diminishing its impact. The album features the notable Billboard hit “Trainwreck 1979,” which peaked at number fourteen on the Hot Modern Rock Tracks list.
The band intends to promote their album with another extensive tour. Die-hard fans of the duo might want to get their hands on Death from Above 1979 tickets because the band promises yet another amazing tour this year.