Posts Tagged ‘Type O Negative’

Type O Negative – Dead Again (Reissue)

Reviewing an album from my favorite band, Type O Negative will be like Peter (and his peter) in that infamous Playgirl spread… HARD (allegedly). I started writing for Teeth of course well after Lord Petrus passed away, so I never imagined the time would come where I would not only get to review one of […]

Peter Steele dead for real? For real.

According to the, and Fuse TV’s Mistress Juliya, Peter Steele, aged 48, has died from a heart failure. TYPE O NEGATIVE’s bassist, Kenny Hickey, has been said to have confirmed the passing to Juliya, who broke the news on Twitter earlier today.

Peter Steele, born Petrus T. Ratajczyk on January 4, 1962, was no stranger to death (nor lowbrow humor). The Brooklyn native caused murmur in 2005 when TYPE O NEGATIVE’s website was graced with an image of a tombstone, bearing Peter’s name.

TYPE O NEGATIVE released seven full-lengths. The band found great success with their 1993 album BLOODY KISSES. Major international mainstream success came in the form of 1996’s OCTOBER RUST album. The single “My Girlfriend’s Girlfriend” graced music channels and video charts everywhere. Peter Steele was also known for his thrash crossover outfit Carnivore.

Update: It appears that this time around, it’s no joke. Josh Silver, TYPE O NEGATIVE’s keyboardist has confirmed Peter Steele’s death to We here at would like to pass our condolences to Peter’s family and friends. May he carry on through his music.

Type O Negative – The Least Worst of

Brooklyn’s governors of gloom check in with the inevitable rarities comp that spans their entire career of misanthropic melancholy. Kicking off the grim festivities with yet another track of digital silence-this one is a “remix” of “The Misinterpretation Of Silence And Its Disastrous Consequences” from their 1991 Slow, Deep And Hard debut – the usual […]