Late CHRISTIAN DEATH Singer Remembered in Upcoming Book

An excerpt from an extensive interview with former CHRISTIAN DEATH singer/keyboardist Gitane Demone, conducted by music writer Joel Gausten, is now available at this location. Gausten conducted the interview with Demone as part of his upcoming book, "Albums That (Should've) Changed the World". The chapter on CHRISTIAN DEATH will spotlight the group's 1984 album, "Catastrophe Ballet", and will serve to honor late CHRISTIAN DEATH singer Rozz Williams, who committed suicide on April 1, 1998.

Slated for a fall 2007 release, "Albums That (Should've) Changed the World" will feature exclusive interviews with past/members of BLACK SABBATH, KISS, CHRISTIAN DEATH, PRONG, PLASMATICS, SKINNY PUPPY, NINE INCH NAILS and more.

Gausten published his first book, "Tales of Horror: The History of the Misfits & The Undead", in November. His next book, "Prong: The Early Years", will be released in May.


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