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Brighter Death Now

Brighter Death Now is the personal project of Roger Karmanik. BDN was the original death industrial act, combining Whitehouse-style walls of white noise with churning repetitive sounds and obscure subject matter. The imagery involves death, obsession, child molestation, and psychosis. However, Karmanik never misses the opportunity to show the dark humorous side of his personality; his BDN persona switches between petulant spoiled-brat little girl and serial killer at the drop of a hat.

Similar Bands: Whitehouse, Genocide Organ, IRM, Anenzephalia, MZ.412

LPs
1890 (Part II)
2007

Kamikaze Kabaret
2005

4.5
1 Votes
Disobey
2005

1890
2001

Obsessis
2000

3.5
2 Votes
May All Be Dead
1999

3.2
3 Votes
Great Death III
1996

Innerwar
1996

3.7
6 Votes
Necrose Evangelicum
1995

3.6
5 Votes
Slaughterhouse Invitation
1991

Great Death
1990

Pain In Progress
1990

4.5
2 Votes
Temp Tations
1989

EPs
Why
2002

No Salvation / No Tomorrow
1998

Live Albums
Where Dreams Come True
2009

Compilations
Breaking Down Nihil
2009

Greatest Death
1998


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