Where the Internet Took Us

A few days ago our twitter/facebook wall/third example of an internet connection thing blew up with the news that Murder by Death had the exhilarating experience of having one of the rear wheels come off their van while going 65mph.

Everyone is fine, but it’s a costly repair.  You can help by catching them on one of the remaining tour dates and/or by ordering the new rarities collection Skeletons in the Closet.  More info on both below.

Compiled and designed by MBD vocalist/guitarist/sideburnsist Adam Turla – Skeletons in the Closet features over 32 rarities and b-sides, collected for your listening pleasure.  Tracks 1-10 are rarities, tracks 11-21 are demos & alternate takes and tracks 22-32 are lo-fi live recordings.  You can sample the tracks and order your copy here.

Also, you can experience the band in hi-fi live surround sound 3D at one of these shows.

Here’s a video of Turla and his sideburns playing “52 Ford” in Vienna, and if you listen carefully at the beginning he’s talking about the expenses of touring in Europe because back home they have their own van.  Spooky!  Prophetic!  Coincidental!

One Comment to “Where the Internet Took Us”

  1. I have never seen a band with worse luck with vans in all my experience.

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