"Demo" Limited Edition Vinyl Reissue

Deafheaven's debut simply called "Demo" was self-released by the band in 2010. After being remastered by Jack Shirley, Sargent House did the first vinyl press in 2012. Ten years after its release, "Demo" is now available in the new Blue…

Deafheaven "Demo" Limited Edition Vinyl Reissue

Deafheaven's debut simply called "Demo" was self-released by the band in 2010. After being remastered by Jack Shirley, Sargent House did the first vinyl press in 2012. Ten years after its release, "Demo" is now available in the new…

POSTPONED: DEAFHEAVEN US 10 YEAR TOUR 2020


URGENT TOUR POSTPONEMENT: Deafheaven 

"Due to COVID19, city ordinances, recommended quarantines, and public health, our upcoming N. American tour with INTER ARMA, Greet Death, and ALL YOUR SISTERS has been postponed until further notice. Our miracle team has been working…

European Festival Announcements // Summer 2020

Just announced – Deafheaven we will be playing Tuska Festival in Helsinki // tickets & all upcoming dates deafheaven.com 

Europe tour schedule: 
JUN 26 Helsinki, FI @ Tuska Open Air Festival 
JUN 28 Ferropolis, DE @ Full Force Festival 
JUN…

"BLACK BRICK" ON 25 BEST SONGS OF 2019 // REVOLVER




Deafheaven may liberally work in moments of overt beauty and shoegaze into their brand of black metal, but it's clear the members all have deep love for the genre's grimmest musical aspects. A leftover cut from the Ordinary Corrupt Human…

10 Years Of Deafheaven Interview With George Clarke // Consequence Of Sound

(Via Consequence Of Sound by Joseph Schafer)

Consequence Of Sound interviewed George from Deafheaven about the past 10 years in Metal, read the entire interview HERE.

In many ways, the story of metal in the past decade is the story of Deafheaven. Vocalist George Clarke and guitarist Kerry McCoy formed the band in their San Francisco apartment in 2010, when they were barely legal drinking age, and leveraged the internet to spread their blend of black metal and post-rock. 

In 2013, Deafheaven released their breakout sophomore album, Sunbather, which may be the most popular metal album of the decade among critics. It precipitated a renaissance in atmospheric black metal that defined the decade. Many perpetually contrarian black metal diehards hated it, but their admonition didn’t stop Deafheaven from growing into a must-see live act and crossover musical success.

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Evil Greed Interviews Deafheaven

 

"During Amplifest 2019, we sat down with George Clarke and Shiv Mehra to talk about the last 10 years of Deafheaven: the progression between "Roads to Judah", "Sunbather", "New Bermuda" and "Ordinary Corrupt Human Love", Grammy Awards, underground music and…