Malaysian post-punk/darkwave pioneers Death.Becomes.Her are back

After almost 13 years of hiatus, Malaysia’s post-punk / darkwave pioneers Death.Becomes.Her or usually known as DBH among local gig goers, has recently making their comeback. Founded in the year 1994, the band’s last stage performance was at the Blue Planet Club, Jalan P. Ramlee, Kuala Lumpur in March 2004 and without any explanation back then, the boys has decided to stop performing after the show which has left their fans and friends wondering the cause.

But the boys has been caught appeared on stage again performing recently at “Second Combat 20 Years Anniversary Show” in Kuala Lumpur last December with their full original line-up plus two new members, Akiyama and Jeffy.

On the recent interview with their frontman, Tun Farul Azri, he has stated that the band are currently in the studio making their final touch of their songs material before planning on a full length debut album which is planned to be released by mid of this year. Beside new soundscapes and song materials, some of the songs that to be included in the album is their old tracks taken from the band’s early days in the 90s that has never been release before. The old tracks has been re-recorded and mastered prior to the release.

The band has also recently launched their own official Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/dbh.soundscapes/) where they actively posting and communicate with everyone, plus a Youtube Channel (http://bit.ly/2l2cwBj) as a platform in promoting the soon to be release album, as well as making their social media presence.

According to the band, the album will be release under Malaysia’s DIY independent label, Maschine Lounge, in a physical CD format as well as digital downloads that soon to be available via iTunes, Spotify and vice versa.

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