Deathfix



Biography

Deathfix formed in 2009 after Brendan Canty ("http://www.dischord.com/band/fugazi") Fugazi and Rich Morel (Morel, Blowoff) met while touring in Bob Mould's band. Having discovered a shared affinity for the sounds of 1972 - particularly glam and progressive rock - they started getting together to work on music at Canty’s warehouse studio space. Two years later, hoping to graduate the band from its studio-shut-in phase to its live ensemble phase, they recruited multi-instrumentalists Devin Ocampo ("http://www.dischord.com/band/faraquet" Faraquet, "http://www.dischord.com/band/medications" Medications) and Mark Cisneros ( "http://www.dischord.com/band/medications" Medications) to hold down the rhythm section.

Deathfix is now a full-fledged band, with all four members contributing a share of the riffs, song arrangements, and production tricks. The band released its self-titled 7-song debut in February, 2013.

In Fall of 2013, Ocampo left Deathfix and was replaced by Jerry Busher ("http://www.dischord.com/band/french-toast" French Toast, "http://www.dischord.com/band/fugazi" Fugazi). Visit "http://deathfix.com/"for tour details and other information.?

Watch Past Performances

Video 1/2/2014: Listen Local First D.C. presents Deathfix

The D.C. band featuring Brendan Canty, Rich Morel, Mark Cisneros, and Jerry Busher plays original songs inspired by 1970s glam and progressive rock.

Deathfix