Deist Requiem

Deist Requiem is an [2], the band then went out on their own label, Sacrifice Records.

The band toured across the United States for years, gaining a large underground following, while opening for bands such as Alice Cooper, Scorpions, Gwar, Marilyn Manson, Morbid Angel, Kid Rock, Sevendust, Sister machine Gunn, La Guns, Hate Dept, King's X (Poundhound with Dug Pinnick), Boiler, Dog Fashion Disco, Overkill, Nile, Staind, The Dave Brockie Experience, Bongzilla, Bad Religion, Wednesday 13, Lamb of God and many more. DEIST REQUIEM was signed and endorsed by Jägermeister in 1998 and was one of the first in the Jäger band promotion. After disbanding in 2002, Kyzer Kooperthe co-founding guitar player David Wright joined with keyboardist Toad and bassist Jeff Daye to form DEVIL JOY, they released one CD called The Fine Art of Failure in 2006.

In 2009, Kyzer Kooper formed the band America's Most Rotten. The band went on a small amount of tours, recorded a CD, and promptly disbanded. However, the CD was never released. In 2010, Kooper reformed DEIST with Red Burke (bass), Lucky Riggs (guitar) and Scott Stewart (drums) for a series of concerts.

In 2011, former drummer Jodi Joy joined Universal Records recording artist Hear Kitty Kitty, of 2012 Joy was no longer with the band.

Former bass player Brian Powers is now a member of the country group Phoenix Drive.

Former guitar player Brance Arnold is one half of the country duo Chacho and Brance. They are regulars on the nationally syndicated show Troubadour TX .

On December 10 2012, it was announced that the 2002 unreleased CD would be finished and released sometime in 2013 [4].

Deist Requiem returned to the stage October 19 2013 at Zakk's in Murfreesboro, NC. This was then followed by Halloween Night at Jewish Mother in Virginia Beach, VA on October 31 2013.

Touring line-up

1993–1996 Kyzer Kooper (Vocals/Programming); David Wright (guitar).

1996–1997 Kyzer Kooper (Vocals/Programming); Brian Powers (Bass); Mike Adams (Guitar); Bryan Wray (Drums).

1997–1998 Kyzer Kooper :(Vocals/Programming); Brian Powers (Bass); Lucas Marino (Guitar); Jodi Joy (Drums).

1998–2000 Juan Marerro (Guitar) replacing Lucas Marino.

2001–2002 Brance Arnold (Guitar) replacing Juan Marerro.

2003–2004 Kyzer Kooper (Vocals/Programming); David Wright (guitar); Jeff Daye (Bass); Allen King (Drums).

2010–2013 Kyzer Kooper (Vocals); Red Burke (Bass); Lucky Riggs (Guitar); Scott Stewart (Drums).

2013–Present Kyzer Kooper (Vocals); Red Burke (Bass); Lucky Riggs (Guitar); Mike Gotte (Drums).

Discography

Deitiphobia (Tape Release only) 1992

Side One:

  1. Bright Darkness Of The Soul
  2. Death My Wonderful Home
  3. No More Sunshine
  4. Trapped Under Ice
  5. Crucified Before Fools

Side Two:

  1. Dark Child
  2. Colourless Insanity
  3. Fools 2 Follow
  4. The Crow
  5. My Trip

Deist Requiem 1996

  1. Jesus Lives in Waco
  2. Fucked-Up Way to Die
  3. Harder
  4. Parasite System
  5. Happy
  6. The In between
  7. Wanna Be God
  8. The Closet
  9. Nothing Left To Give
  10. Requiem For A Generation

Hate Songs From The Heart 1998

  1. Luggagebabby
  2. Letter2Luc
  3. Spooky Mama Eats Electric
  4. Prozac
  5. Circumcision
  6. I Want To Fuck You Underneath The Milky Way
  7. No U/Invitation
  8. PCP (Psycho Cunt Phobia)
  9. Dope Fiend Smile
  10. Faces Of The Men
  11. Massive Mind Fuck
  12. Sacrifice Of The Day

A Tribute To Ministry 1999 on Invisible Records Another Prick In The Wall

  1. Land Of Rape And Honey—Electric Hellfire Club
  2. Jesus Built My Hotrod—Shining
  3. Work for Love—En Esch
  4. Just One Fix—Meg Lee Chin
  5. So What—Terminal 46
  6. Thieves—Resident Phase Shifter
  7. The Cannibal Song—Attrition
  8. She's Got a Cause—The Aliens
  9. Revenge—Dessau
  10. Deity—Deist Requiem
  11. You Know What You Are—Sons of Midnight
  12. Just One Fix—Heavy Water Factory

Trendy 2000

  1. Trendy
  2. 15 Minutes
  3. What Will Make Us Do It?
  4. Harder (live)
  5. Fucked Up Way to Die (live)
  6. Sacrifice of the Day (live)
  7. Prozac (live)
  8. Deity

UNTITLED Deist CD (Recorded at GWAR's Slave Pit studio but was never released) 2002

Deist : Requiem for a generation 1992–2002 (OUT OF PRINT)

Deist Side

Disc 1

  1. Scapegoat
  2. Misplaced
  3. Sorry You Love Me
  4. Spooky Mama Eats Electric (Remix)
  5. Letter2Luc (Remix)
  6. Luggage Baby (Remix)
  7. Sacrifice Of The Day
  8. PCP
  9. Prozac
  10. No U/Invitation
  11. I Want To Fuck You Underneath The Milky Way
  12. Circumcision
  13. Faces Of The Men
  14. Dope Fiend Smile
  15. Massive Mind Fuck
  16. Trendy
  17. 15 Minutes
  18. What Will Make Us Do It Requiem Side

Disc 2

  1. Fucked-Up Way 2 Die
  2. Harder
  3. Wanna Be God
  4. Parasite System
  5. The Closet
  6. Happy
  7. Jesus Lives In Waco
  8. Nothing Left 2 Give
  9. The In between
  10. Requiem For A Generation
  11. Deity
  12. Devil In My Closet (demo)
  13. Happy (demo)

Absence of Faith: The Best of Deist Requiem Sacrifice Records 2010

  1. Fucked Up Way 2 Die
  2. Trendy
  3. Harder
  4. Parasite System
  5. 15 minutes
  6. Wanna Be God
  7. Spooky Mama Eats Electric (Greco Remix)
  8. What Will Make Us Do It?
  9. Luggage Baby (Greco Remix)
  10. The In between
  11. Letter2Luc (Greco remix)
  12. Scapegoat (Demo)
  13. Misplaced (Demo)
  14. Sorry You Love Me (Demo)
  15. Deity
  16. Prozac

TBA Sacrifice Records -To be released in 2013

Label Site [10]

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