Daath Add New Elements on Self-Titled Album
After tossing around ideas for the name of the follow-up to their 2009's 'The Concealers,' Daath have decided to name it simply 'Daath.' In part, the band's fourth record is eponymous because it will reinvent the their sound. "A lot of the riffs are very unconventional, and there's also a lot of really brutal old-school sounding death metal on there," guitarist Emil Werstler told Noisec
Levi/Werstler are Hoping to Tour on ‘Avalanche of Worms’
If you're sitting back and waiting for Levi/Werstler to bring the transcendent prog they showcase on the upcoming 'Avalanche of Worms' to a stage near you, don't hold your breath. There is a chance that the studio-designed side project of Eyal Levi and Emil Werstler of Daath could tour, but it's going to take some work and some voices to make it happen...
Daath’s Eyal Levi: ‘I Have a Clean Bill of Health’
After a terrifying bout with pneumonia -- actually, he had a disease that mimics pneumonia, but it's even deadlier because men of science aren't quite sure what causes it -- Daath guitarist Eyal Levi checked in with Noisecreep about his health and his progress after last summer's scare...
Unearth’s Ken Susi in Altercation with Polish Bouncers
A recent trip to Poland didn't end up working out the way Daath, Chimaira, Throwdown and Unearth had planned. According to Daath guitarist Eyal Levi, Unearth's Ken Susi became involved in an altercation with venue personnel in Poland following a gig all of the aforementioned bands had played...
Daath Guitarist: ‘Stop Asking Us About the Kabbalah’
When Daath's debut, 'The Hinderers' was released in 2007, much ado was made about the concept behind the band. While Kabbalah is often seen as a celebrity-driven, hip, spiritual trend, with the likes of Madonna and Britney Spears sporting red bracelets that symbolize their interest in this particular sect of Jewish mysticism, an ex-member of Daath was interested in the tenets and thus, the thread

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