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nisam bio pri kompu nekoliko dana, i sad sam tek video ovu vest... R.I.P.

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ovaj interview dosta objasnjava

 

THE EDGE

Music; This isn't a Type O - he really is that Negative

DAVE WEDGE

737 words

25 July 2003

Boston Herald

BHLD

All Editions

E08

English

© 2003 Boston Herald Library. Provided by ProQuest Information and Learning. All rights reserved.

 

The rock star dream apparently faded long ago for Pete Steele.

 

"I just wanted to have enough money to have a house, wife, maybe four kids. I'm not at that place right now and I really don't see things changing very much," said Steele, the hulking, vampiric frontman for Brooklyn goth metallers Type O Negative.

 

"That's the main problem, is what am I doing here? I'm 41 years old, and rock is for youth."

 

While many bands spend interviews gushing about their latest albums, praising their bandmates as their best pals or thanking their lucky stars to be playing music for a living, Steele is brutally disenchanted and blatantly depressed. A former New York City Parks Department worker, he said he rues the day he gave up the salaried job to front the brooding metal outfit.

 

Now 10 years and five albums into the Type O experiment, he still lives in the same basement apartment, has no girlfriend and describes his life as one of disappointment and frustration. He claims he stays in the band only because of contracts and because he made a promise to the rest of the group: keyboardist Josh Silver, guitarist Kenny Hickey and drummer Johnny Kelly.

 

"I do it because I made a commitment to my so-called friends in this band that we would see this through to the end. I didn't realize it would be a life sentence," he deadpanned.

 

Formed in the bowels of Brooklyn's early 1990s goth scene, the group slithered out of the shadows and made its mark on the black- metal underground with 1993's "Bloody Kisses," a spine-tingling offering that went platinum. The group, which headlines the Worcester Palladium tonight, followed up with 1996's "October Rust" and 1999's "World Coming Down," neither of which lived up to "Bloody Kisses" commercially or in the eyes of fans.

 

Their latest, however, the aptly titled "Life Is Killing Me," is an instant classic, bursting with hypnotic, melodic hard rock, tongue-in-cheek potty-mouth speed punk and their signature dead-to- the-world metal. Brimming with bleakness and unflinching honesty, the album is burning up college radio and metal charts, but Steele isn't impressed.

 

"I wouldn't buy it," he barked.

 

While some songs, such as the mind-numbing "Anesthesia" and the crushing title track, portray Steele as a tortured intellectual on the brink of suicide, others, like the homophobic "I Like Goils," use black humor as a weapon. Musically, the disc sounds like Pink Floyd and Black Sabbath unleashed at an Irish wake. Lyrically, shrinks could write volumes analyzing the subject matter. Fresh off a miserable, if slightly profitable, European tour, Steele is candidly unexcited about heading out in a bus with his three brethren for a U.S. tour.

 

"It's like four people being married and all of them having their period all the time," he said of the band. "There's an old saying about husbands and wives getting on each other's nerves, like fighting about stupid things, like leaving the cap off the toothpaste. Well, let's just say the cap is always off the toothpaste."

 

Beyond the bus, he said, he detests playing the same songs every night: "I can't imagine how Ozzy (Osbourne) does it. I mean, how many times has he had to play `Paranoid'?

 

"I really hate being onstage," he continued. "It's usually a balmy 130 degrees onstage and I've got these french fry lights burning on my back. I don't like traveling. I just don't get anything out of it."

 

Fed up and angry? Yes. Giving up? Never. In fact, there's a clear, revenge-driven method to Steele's madness.

 

"I feel like I've been disillusioned," he explained matter-of- factly. "But it's no one's fault but mine. No one made me do this. Now my goal is to complain, annoy and irritate everyone around me until I get out of this band, die or someone kills me. My motivation is aggravation."

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dakle,koliko sam ja skapirao,njega je ubijalo to sto je prezirao bend iz koga nije mogao da izadje jer je dao obecanje da ce u njemu ostati do kraja..

 

pa zasto majku mu?

 

ne ide mi u glavu..

 

mozda ne razmisljam u dobrom pravcu..

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nisam znao da je radio u njujorskom zelenilu za odrzavanje parkova,znaci zato im je zelena boja zastitna.

 

Tek sad platanima nema spasa.

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Ostaće ikona, velikan. I svo njegovo autodestruktivno ponašanje (zbog kojeg je i završio ovako) bledi u poređenju sa onime što je stvorio i ostavio za sobom.

 

 

How quickly pass the days long is the night

Lying in bed awake bathed in starlight

Better to live as king of beasts

Than as a lamb scared and weak

 

I will deny my role as a human

Holding myself hostage with no demands

It's better to burn quickly and bright

Than slowly and dull without a fight

Edited by Uncle Lu

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Jebote koja tuga. :icon_ne:

 

Bas juce sam se navario i u kolima odvrnuo Everyone I Love Is Dead, a nisam ih slusao bash dugo :no:

 

R.I.P.

 

 

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Steta, jebiga... sad ih tek necu videti uzivo (receno u njegovom duhu)... :(

 

Cuh nedge da su trebali da pocnu rad na novom albumu.... :zid:

Edited by Ivan_Creed

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Official Statement about Peter Steele

 

It is with great sadness that we inform you that Type O Negative front man, bassist, and our band mate, Peter Steele passed away last night of what appears to be heart failure.

 

Ironically Peter had been enjoying a long period of sobriety and improved health and was imminently due to begin writing and recording new music for our follow up to "Dead Again" released in 2007.

 

The official cause of death has yet to be determined pending autopsy results. The funeral services will be private and memorial services will be announced at a future date. We’d like to share our thoughts and those of Peter’s family below.

 

We are truly saddened to lose our friend and appreciate the tremendous outpouring today from around the world.

 

Sincerely,

 

Josh, Kenny and Johnny

 

 

 

Josh Silver: “Peter, My endless source of frustration, (as I'm yours) you have really done it this time. You have changed and touched countless lives through music, comedy and often brutal honesty. You've made life both interesting and irritating and I could not imagine not having known you for 37 years. It still isn't true in my mind but in time I will miss you and the creating that we all endured together. We certainly disagreed constantly and I believe (and hope) we all learned from each other. Should I call you my brother, friend or neighbor? I can only call you Peter (and usually after 2 PM). We laughed at ourselves more times then I can count. Knowing humans are preposterous creatures and I know we reveled in that fact. I will miss you in time, but at this moment your premature departure seems surreal and has pissed me off to no end. Though I never told you that I harbor a deep respect for you, I do. Goodbye my friend.”

 

 

Kenny Hickey: “Peter Steele was one of the most brilliant and funny personalities in music and it was all for real. Half the time people thought he was joking, but he was actually telling the truth. Part of me died with him.”

 

 

Johnny Kelly: “It’s impossible for me to put into a few sentences what I am feeling at the moment Peter. I’m not sure if I should eulogize or roast you. Both good and bad, we went on one hell of a ride together and sadly, the ride has come to an end. You truly were a unique person. Your music touched many people. Myself included. Whether it was talking about The Beatles, power tools, how Pluto was no longer considered a planet or calling me at 3am asking me to drive to your house to have a fistfight with you, you always kept it interesting. It was a privilege to have been your bandmate. It’s something that I will always cherish.”

 

 

In a statement issued today by Steele`s family: “Legendary Goth/Heavy Metal musician Peter Steele died suddenly Wednesday, April 14, 2010, after a short illness at the age of 48. He wrote and orchestrated the music for the Brooklyn-based band Type O Negative, a groundbreaking group known for its dramatic lyrical emphasis on the themes of romance, depression, and death. Steele, renowned as much for his striking physical appearance as his musical talent, was the creative force behind the bands 20-year success writing most of the material for the their albums. Type O Negative and Steele have been lauded as a major influence by numerous alternative and metal bands. The band gained a worldwide following through touring and recording seven studio albums, two best-of compilations, concert DVDs and music videos. Their 1993 album “Bloody Kisses” went platinum, and the 1996 follow-up “October Rust” went gold.

 

 

The music world has lost a great talent, and music fans worldwide are mourning, but for our family we are mourning a beloved brother, uncle, cousin, friend and funny man. Peter Steele was a complex man, known for his brooding looks, his self-deprecating sense of humor, unique view of the world, and most of all his loyalty to his fans, friends and family. Survived by five sisters, the eldest living sister notes that he was more than our brother, he was our son. His untimely death is tragic – a great loss to us and to music. The official cause of death has yet to be determined pending autopsy results, and funeral plans at present remain unknown. The family thanks fans for their loyalty to Peter and band members, but request that fans and media respect their wishes for privacy.

 

 

In addition to his success in music, Peter Steele also tried his hand at acting, appearing in HBO`s Oz and the cult classic film Bad Acid. He also composed music for the film soundtracks “Freddy vs. Jason” and “Mortal Combat”, the television movie “Nosferatu: The First Vampire”, and the soon-to-be released “Living the American Nightmare.”

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A couple years back I had the chance to see type o negative or go to one of my best friends wedding...I'm glad I'm not a very good friend. "2 steps forward, 3 steps back. Without warning, heart attack" rest in peace mr Steele . Wherever you are

 

najjaci komentar...

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MmE_Zek4e1o

 

slusam ovo u krug...jbt, lik je bre znao i da napise sjajan txt, sve...sada mi je uzasno krivo sto ovom bandu nisam posvecivao i vise paznje ranije, ali to se ocigledno menja.

 

hahaha, Piter, klasika :)

 

"Kenny Hickey lying on the sidewalk

Devil music from the house next door

 

So I step on over his vomit

Through the screen and across the floor"....

Edited by LeX69

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Ako ništa drugo, ostalo je more dobre mjuze posle njega. Nije da je to neka kompenzacija za smrt čoveka, al' neki odu, a da niko i ne zna da su živeli.

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"Kenny Hickey lying on the sidewalk

Devil music from the house next door

 

So I step on over his vomit

Through the screen and across the floor"....

 

 

:haha::haha::haha:

 

kol'ko dobro..hahahahha

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znači ipak je prava stvar u pitanju, ništa me ne čudi kada se uzme u obzir kako je živeo... čudo je da je i ovoliko dugo poživeo. neka mu je mekana raka i neka ga gotičarke na onome svetu spopadajau kao što su ga za života.

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Nije da sam nеšto mnogo bio vezan za njega, ali je stvarno bio jedinstvena i veoma važna ličnost na sceni. Taj glas i ta pojava...nikad više... Type o negative je jedini gotik metal bend koji stvarno volim. U tom žanru, stvarno niko nije takav vajb kao oni. Neka mu je laka zemlja. R.I.P.

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