Die! Die! Die!
|Die! Die! Die!|
|Genres||Punk rock, post-punk revival, noise pop|
Etch N Sketch
Flying Nun Records
|Past members||Michael Logie
Their self-titled album Die! Die! Die! was released in 2005 in New Zealand, with an international release soon after. It was recorded in Chicago's Electrical Audio by Steve Albini. 2006 saw the release of the four-track EP Locust Weeks. This EP was included in the British release of the album, released by Pet Piranha Records.
The band's second album, Promises, Promises was released in New Zealand in October 2007, and worldwide shortly after. Produced by Straitjacket Fits' Shayne Carter, the album saw the band move away from the more hardcore tendencies of their first record towards a more bass- and drum-heavy sound, helped in part by new bassist Lachlan Anderson.
After touring relentlessly for almost three years worldwide, the band completed their third album Form in August 2009, which was released on Flying Nun Records in July 2010. Form debuted at number 1 on the independent charts and number 19 on the National Album charts. Produced by Nick Roughan of Skeptics, the album garnered critical acclaim (including Roughan and the band winning Producer in the 2011 New Zealand Music Awards and a nomination the same year for Best Alternative Album. The album saw the band move further towards the sound they began on Promises, Promises. The band's fourth album, Harmony, recorded in late 2010, was released in August 2012. It was also shortlisted for the 2011 Taite Music Prize.
All the band's releases prior to Form are available on American Label SAF Records.
Die! Die! Die! have toured with Franz Ferdinand, Slint, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Wolfmother and The Blood Brothers, and have played several major festivals around the world including spots at SXSW and Incubate.
|Date of Release||Title||Label||Country||Cat. Number|
|2006||Die! Die! Die!||Capital Recordings, Pet Piranha Records, SAF Records||New Zealand, Australia, UK, United States||CREC1034
|2008||Promises, Promises||Tardus Music, SAF Records||New Zealand, United States||SAF20|
|2010||Form||Flying Nun Records, Golden Antenna Records||New Zealand, Australia, Europe||FNCD504|
|2012||Harmony||Records Etcetera, Golden Antenna Records||New Zealand, Europe||REC012|
|2014||S W I M||Black Night Crash Records, Sounds Of Subterrania||New Zealand, Australia, Europe|
|2005||Die! Die! Die!||Unstable Ape Records||New Zealand, Australia||UAR 041|
|2006||Locust Weeks||Tardus Music||New Zealand, Australia||TAR 010|
|2007||7" Split with High Dependency Unit||Independent Release||New Zealand||HDUDDD|
|2007||At the Echo - April 8th, 2007||Kufala Recordings||United States||KUF0187|
|2015||What Did You Expect||Bad Health||New Zealand, Australia, Europe|
- "Taite Music Prize 2011". IMNZ. Retrieved 25 October 2012.