Death Comes for the Archbishop
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Death Comes for the Archbishop presents... Death Comes for the Archbishop (Self-Released EP, 2005)

"Pirates Vs. Ninjas: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack" (To be released with the film late-summer 2005, please see piratesversusninjas.com for details)

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Death Comes for the Archbishop is the final presentation of three San Dimas High School post-rock musicians. They went back in time to bring you a phonebooth full of history’s most excellent rock figures: Ian Curtis of Joy Division, Brian Robertson and Scott Gorham of Thin Lizzy, and most of Tortoise (circa 1996). No way! Yes: way.

Robert Christgau, Dean of American Rock Critics, has said of them: “I listened to [the Death Comes for the Archbishop EP] a few times this morning. The second time through the first track ["Can't Draw a Spiral"] I said to myself, 'Hey, I like this.'"

Born in the Chicago post-rock scene of the early '90s, educated in the Midwestern metal circuit of the late '90s, and now living in New York, Death Comes for the Archbishop owns and operates MF Studios in Manhattan.