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Dead Again is Type O Negative's seventh studio album, and after a four year lapse between releases, a much-anticipated return to the sonic bombast that the Brooklyn-based band is famous for.

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''Dead Again'' is the seventh album by Type O Negative, released through SPV/Steamhammer. This is the final Type O Negative studio album released before the death of frontman Peter Steele. The album sees the band use studio drums instead of drum machine for the first time since their second album, platinum selling Bloody Kisses. Thus it remains the only Type O Negative studio album to consist Johnny Kellys playing, as he was only credited for the three predecessors of Dead Again.

The cover photo is a portrayal of Grigori Rasputin, the Russian mystic and associate of Tsar Nicholas II, and likewise the lettering is faux-Cyrillic font. Reception to this album was quite positive among fans and critics and received the highest chart position for the band yet.

The album was re-released in February 2008, with a DVD including live performances, interviews, and music videos. A separate 3LP vinyl set was also released, which includes a shirt and 12-page booklet. - Wikipedia

Like Rasputin, who graces the cover of Type O Negative's new one Dead Again, the Brooklyn Quartet refuse to die. With frontman Peter Steele out of jail and rehab and a new slab of gothic doom on the shelves, the band is hitting the road for a tour that spans a couple of the least gloomy months of the year. Even cheerier than the spring weather: From April 9th on, Type O will be joined by reunited Swiss extreme metal progenitors Celtic Frost, with hard rockers Brand New Sin supporting the whole trek.

Like Rasputin, who graces the cover of Type O Negative's new one Dead Again, the Brooklyn Quartet refuse to die. With frontman Peter Steele out of jail and rehab and a new slab of gothic doom on the shelves, the band is hitting the road for a tour that spans a couple of the least gloomy months of the year. Even cheerier than the spring weather: From April 9th on, Type O will be joined by reunited Swiss extreme metal progenitors Celtic Frost, with hard rockers Brand New Sin supporting the whole trek.