Relapse Records Release Death “Non Analog – On Stage Series – Live 1990-1991” Set

Relapse Records are continuing their Death “Non Analog – On Stage Series” with the release of “Non Analog – On Stage Series – Live 1990-1991.” You can stream that below. The following was said about the set: “This rare recording features songs performed throughout DEATH’s 1990 Spiritual Healing tour & 1991 Human tour! ”

Estranged Wife Of Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson Passes Away

Paddy Bowden, the estranged wife of Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson, has sadly passed away. Her body was found in a London home that the couple shared prior to their 2018 split. Dickinson and Bowden got married in 1990 and had three children together including Griffin Dickinson (SHVPES), Austin Dickinson (As Lions, ex-Rise To Remain), and Kia Dickinson. Bruce told The Sun the following:

“This is a terrible tragedy which appears to be a tragic accident. Our children Austin, Griffin and Kia and I are devastated. Out of respect for Paddy we won’t be making any further comment at this hugely difficult and painful time for our family.”

Listen To Previously Unreleased Recording From 1995 Death Show In Corona, CA

A previously unreleased live recording from Death’s July 14, 1995 show at the Showcase Theater in Corona, CA has been released and can be streamed below. This set serves as the latest installment in the Death “Non Analog – On Stage Series” from Relapse Records.

Bob Fouts (Ex-Burn It Down/The Gates Of Slumber, Etc.) Passes Away

Bob Fouts (ex-Burn It Down/The Gates Of Slumber, etc.) has sadly passed away at the age of 45. The Gates Of Slumber’s Karl Simon commented:

“RIP Bob. I don’t have the words really. He’d seemed like he was on the way back. I hope he’s at peace.“

[via The PRP]

Mckenzie Bell (Ex-He Is Legend/Bloodjinn) Passes Away

Mckenzie Bell (ex-He Is Legend/Bloodjinn) has sadly passed away. He was only 35.

Bloodjnn commented:

“We are extremely saddened today to find out that our great friend and former guitarist, Mckenzie Bell, has passed away. He was always a blast to hang out with and one incredible riff writer. He was the king of all of the hot sauces. Seriously, his collection was insane. He was largely involved in our ‘This Machine Runs On Empty’ recording process, along with @machinejk76. He even had a great singing voice and will forever be heard on “Moment Of Clarity”. Rest in power brother. You were loved dearly by everyone.”

He Is Legend have since commented as well:

“Learning of McKenzie Bell’s passing has left us all with heavy hearts. He truly was a one of a kind person. We spent many years cutting our teeth playing together in different bands at local spots here in Wilmington, in the practice room, in a tour van across the entire country. We know that he touched many people’s lives in the 35 years he was with us on this planet, and everyone’s memories of him will live on forever. Our hearts go out to his friends and family, especially his loving mother. He had a very long, hard road to go down after his accident. We’re hoping you finally have some peace, McKenzie. Pour it out, boys.”

Bell’s cause of death has yet to be revealed, but he had been dealing with complications related to a serious accident that he was involved in several years ago. The musician was previously documenting his recovery progress on Instagram.