With its black & white graphics and darkly shaded sound, Prints of Darkness was bound to be an album that would be misunderstood in its first incarnation, but was equally bound to be embraced by those who “got it.” Mastermind Brian Healy, working in collaboration with Michael Knott (L.S. Underground, Aunt Bettys), Mike Sauerbrey (The Choir, L.S.U.), and Gym Nicholson & Ojo Taylor (Undercover), created an underground masterpiece, tipping the musical hat to artists like David Bowie and Bauhaus, The Cure and Scott Walker. Dead Artist Syndrome’s Prints of Darkness is an album deserving of reappraisal for the chances it took and the boundaries it shook. (DW Dunphy)
Like so many releases of the time, Prints Of Darkness was never released on vinyl… until now. Lo-Fidelity Records is proud to announce that Dead Artist Syndrome’s debut masterpiece Prints Of Darkness will finally be released (with bonus tracks) on remastered 180g vinyl, deluxe CD, and deluxe download, but we need your help to get there.