Music News — October 6, 2011 at 11:19 am

Deathstars – announce new drummer and set to release ‘The Greatest Hits On Earth’

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Official press release:  The leatherswept members of DEATHSTARS are getting ready for the release of their new video “METAL” and their The Greatest Hits on Earth collection (released on November 4).

They are also proud to present their new drummer Vice (aka Oscar Leander/CRESCENDOLLS). Vice replaces Bone W. Machine who split ways with DEATHSTARS in 2010.  “I’m really excited to be a part of Deathstars and I really feel that my drumming complements Deathstars music in a perfect way”, says Vice.  Nightmare Industries adds: “With this addition to our band our recordings and live shows will deliver more energy than ever before. We are really pumped up about the future!

METAL is one of two new songs which will be featured on the bands upcoming best of compilation The Greatest Hits On Earth which will be released physically and digitally on November 4, 2011 via Nuclear Blast and Riot! Entertainment in Australia.  Both new songs showcase the future musical direction of the next DEATHSTARS release.

The tracklist reads as follows:

DEATHSTARS – The Greatest Hits On Earth

01. Death Is Wasted On The Dead (previously unreleased)
02. METAL (previously unreleased)
03. Death Dies Hard
04. Blitzkrieg
05. Motherzone
06. Synthetic Generation
07. Tongues
08. Blood Stains Blondes
09. Cyanide
10. New Dead Nation
11. The Mark Of The Gun
12. Chertograd
13. Semi-Automatic
14. Syndrome
15. Play God
16. Opium

DEATHSTARS are also confirmed as direct support to German industrial heavyweights RAMMSTEIN in November/December 2011:

RAMMSTEIN + DEATHSTARS 

06.11. SK – Bratislava – Zimmy Stadion Ondreja Nepelu

08.11. CRO Zagreb – Arena

10.11. H Budapest – Sportarena

12.11. CZ Prag – O2 Arena

14.11. PL Danzig – Ergo Arena

15.11. PL Danzig – Ergo Arena

17.11. D Leipzig – Arena

18.11. D Leipzig – Arena

20.11. D München – Olympiahalle

21.11. D Friedrichshafen – Rothaus Halle

23.11. A Wien – Stadthalle

25.11. D Berlin – O2 World

26.11. D Berlin – O2 World

28.11. D Hamburg – O2 World

29.11. D Bremen – Arena

01.12. F Straßburg – Zénith

02.12. LUX Luxemburg – Rockhal

04.12. D Düsseldorf – ISS Dome

05.12. D Düsseldorf – ISS Dome

06.12. D Düsseldorf – ISS Dome

08.12. D Frankfurt – Festhalle

09.12. D Frankfurt – Festhalle

10.12. D Stuttgart – Schleyer-Halle

12.12. CH Zürich – Hallenstadion

14.12. D Berlin – O2 World

15.12. D Berlin – O2 World

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