November 19th, 1997

Returned from San Francisco On Monday and had the wonderful opportunity to attend the Death in June show while I was doing some work at LLNL. I was not at all pleased with the 435 Broadway Club that hosted the show. It was an over-sold show, originally sold as a 18+ show, then the ownership decided to make it 21+ only. But I gained through others misfortune. I waited outside and through solid will, eventually gained enterance to the show without a ticket. I did, however, miss Strength Through Joy, but arrived just in time for KAPO to materialize on stage. I will have to say that Douglas P.'s anger at the host sound engineers conjoured missed emotion into the performance. San Francisco had a special unforseen treat that Boston did not.

November 7th, 1997

The execution of the DIJ North American commenced on November 5th, 1997, at ManRay in Cambridge, Massachusetts. For those who have yet to see the show I recommend that you do so. Douglas indicated to me that this would be the first and last North American tour. I had waited 12 years for this show, and I was not disappointed. All bands at the venue performed spectacularly. You can read some thoughts I captured into the digital realm and decided to release into the general public.

Many thanks go out to Douglas P. for visiting the site, and to all others who find something useful contained within.

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The Interactive Discography


Death In June - Official Discography

Everything you ever wanted to know about Death In June

Exclusive DIJ Interview by Per Norstrom and Johan Birgander

Death In June Interview from Compulsion, Issue Number One.

New Disclosures

I would like to express my thanks to Per Norstrom for his continuing encouragement for the development of this page. I have many projects going on in my life at this stage, and I have neglected this one. I am acquiring some photo's and other past interviews of Death In June via the post, courtesy of Per Norstrom, to re-vitalize the withering page.

Misery and Purity, authored by a man of the name Robert is now available for purchase in the United States. The book contains the most extensive history of Death in June yet printed and Robert's personal interpretations of the lyrics to some of DiJ songs. The book is highly recommended and can be ordered from:

Robert 5 Marygold Walk Little Chalfont Amersham Bucks UK
Cost GBP 11.50, postage not included. The book is distributed by World Serpent in Europe, and by Soleilmoon (I believe) in the USA.

Another book about Death in June, entitled *C'est un reve* will be published soon. No other details yet available.

To Contact Death in June (Douglas P.), write to:

Death In June

Please Enclose S.A.E. / I.R.C. with all Enquireies

Links to Other Related Artists

Sol Invictus, Tony Wakford
Sixth Comm, Patrick O'Kill
Coil, John Balance
Current 93, David Tibet

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