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Role  Instrumentalist
Name  Dave Suzuki
Labels  Century Media
Years active  1997-present

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Born  February 8, 1972 (age 43) (1972-02-08)
Genres  Death metal, Doom Metal
Instruments  Guitar, bass, drums, percussion, vocals, synthesizer
Associated acts  Vital Remains Deicide, Churchburn
Movies  Vital Remains: Evil Death Live
Music groups  Vital Remains (1997 – 2009), Deicide (2004 – 2005)
Albums  Dechristianize, Scars of the Crucifix, Dawn of the Apocalypse, Horrors of Hell, Forever Underground

Occupation(s)  Musician, songwriter

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Dave Suzuki (born February 8, 1972, Suzuki Deibu) is a death metal multi-instrumentalist from Las Vegas, Nevada. He is best known for his work as the guitarist, lyricist, bassist and drummer for Vital Remains from 1995 to 2007 and as a touring guitarist with Deicide from 2004 to 2005. Since 2011 he has been the guitarist and vocalist for the doom/death metal band Churchburn.

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His work can be heard on Vital Remains' Forever Underground (1997), Dawn of the Apocalypse (2000), Dechristianize (2003), and Icons of Evil (2007). Vital Remains' live DVD, Evil Death Live (2007), filmed at 'Metalmania Festival' in Katowice, Poland includes an interview with Suzuki.

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Discography

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  • Forever Underground (1997)
  • Dawn of the Apocalypse (2000)
  • Dechristianize (2003)
  • Icons of Evil (2007)
  • Deicide
  • When London Burns (2006) (Live album)
  • Churchburn
  • The Awaiting Coffins (2014)
  • References

    Dave Suzuki Wikipedia


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