Having removed the "1979" from their name, Death From Above have a new album and tour on the way.
Death From Above 1979
Death From Above has again removed the "1979" from its name and given us a new single called "Freeze Me."
The duo made the announcement on their Facebook page as their one-time fellow performers opted to join supergroup Prophets of Rage on the road.
The duo teamed up with Jack White to record the 11-track live album, which will land in stores on Friday.
Death From Above 1979's Sebastian Grainger said, "Canada, get ready for real rock-and-roll and wear your tuxedos."
Never in its nearly two decades of existence has Lollapalooza scheduled two more polarizing headliners than Sam Smith and Metallica.
Ten years between albums is a long time to let pass if you're a band trying to maintain a fanbase.
Death From Above 1979 share the story behind their "Virgins" video.
Due to visa complications, the Canadian duo scratched all their headlining appearances leading up to their tour with Deftones and Incubus.
The duo will play in Third Man Records' Blue Room on July 16, and their performance will be recorded directly to an acetate record as it happens.