DED frontman Joe Cotela spoke very eloquently about his first concert ever, a festival in Phoenix Arizona so now that he offers his dream tour via Digital Tour Bus, we’re all ears. The Nu-Metal revivalists have been working on a sophomore album after stop gap EP “Mannequin Eyes” gave them a little breathing space.
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Festivals, you have to love them. The atmosphere, a large group of people heading out for the same bands in unprecedented numbers, new sights and sounds, the food, the beers. Alright not the beers for a then 12 year old Joe Cotela, frontman for Nu-Metal revivalists DED but his love of something he went to
The success of Nu-Metal revivalists Ded, a band out of Tempe Arizona made up of former members of made up of members from Greeley Estates, Man Made Machine and The Cover Up since 2016 has been nothing short of impressive and they can thank Fred Durst from Limp Bizkit for directing a pair of music
March might have only seen Nu-Metal revivalists DED premier a pair of new songs already heard live but August now sees a new, sorry, Nu DED cut previously unheard anywhere. Frontman Joe Cotela described “Parasite” as being one of the heavier cuts from a batch that the band are using lockdown to work on before
After their double A side 7″ vinyl and digital release “Mannequin Eyes” a couple of months back, DED have recorded an acoustic version of the title track “A Mannequin Idol (Lullaby)“. Whether the EP is a teaser for an upcoming full length album or these are just stand alone tracks remains unknown but one thing
Nu-Metal revivalists DED surprised with a two track EP “Mannequin Eyes” a month ago, three years after 2017’s “Mis An Thrope“. Perhaps it’s a just a taster or stop gap for a full length in the later half of 2020 – but not having had a music video ready for the release seemed an even
Nu-Metal revivalists DED have launched a two track EP to tide them over their spring tours to their next full length album. Entitled “Mannequin Eyes“, one of the songs “A Mannequin Idol (Lullaby)” has been given the lyric video treatment while the other “Eyes Sewn Shut” has already received it’s live debut.
Like every era of sub-genre that comes and goes and comes back again, it’s probably fair to say we’re in the nostalgic phase when it comes to Nu-Metal. After all, not only has Nu-Metal returned with the likes of DED but the sub-genres of Nu-Metalcore and Gloom have been spawned with their roots firmly in
Nu-Metalcore band Ded have been making more of a splash than a few waves as arguably one of the more successful bands in the reawakening of the “Nu” style of Metal, as well as getting some help from it’s old guard with Fred Durst from Limp Bizkit directing a couple of their music videos. Here’s
Dann from The Mike James Rock Show caught up with Nu-Metal revivalists Ded at Download Festival this past weekend. Talking about using contact lenses to freak people out rather than masks or make-up as well as their recent touring. Their full debut album “Mis An Thrope” is out now, check out our review.