The Birthday Massacre

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The Birthday Massacre

The Birthday Massacre at a photo shoot in 2011
Background information
Origin Canada Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Genres Alternative rock
Synthrock
goth rock
industrial rock
new wave
Years active 1999–present
Labels Metropolis Records
Repo Records
Website www.thebirthdaymassacre.com
Members
Chibi (singer)
Rainbow (guitar)
Michael Falcore (guitar)
O.E. (bass)
O-en (keyboards)
Rhim (drums)
Past members
Dank (2000-2001)
Adm (2002-2004)
Aslan Osiris (2000-2007)
O.E. (2001-2010)

The Birthday Massacre is a synthpop band, based in Toronto, Canada.[1] The band was officially formed in 1999, known at that time as Imagica, a name taken from a novel by Clive Barker called Imajica. In 2001 they changed their name to The Birthday Massacre. They have released 5 studio albums and they announced in January 2013 that they are working on a 6th album. In 2013 they did a tour with Emilie Autumn. In 2014 The Birthday Massacre will release their sixth album.

Career[change | edit source]

In 2002 The Birthday Massacre released their first album, Nothing and Nowhere. In 2005 Violet was released. Walking with Strangers was released in 2007. During the spring and summer of 2009, the band went on tour with bands I Am Ghost and Dommin in North America and Europe.

Members[change | edit source]

  • Chibi - Vocals (1999-present)
  • Rainbow - Guitar and Programming (1999-present)
  • Michael Falcore - Guitar (1999-present)
  • Rhim - Drums (2003-Present)
  • O-en - Keyboards (2004-present)
  • Nate Manor – bass (2010-present)

Former members[change | edit source]

  • Dank - Keyboards (2000-2001)
  • Aslan - Bass (2000-2007)
  • Adm - Keyboards (2002-2004)
  • Brett Carruthers (2004)
  • O.E. - Drums (2001-2003), Bass (2007-2010)

Discography[change | edit source]

O-en of The Birthday Massacre

Demos[change | edit source]

  • Demo 1 (2000) (as Imagica)
  • Demo 2 (2001) (as Imagica)

Albums[change | edit source]


DVD[change | edit source]

  • Blue (2005)
  • ""Live Bootleg DVD"" (2006)

References[change | edit source]

  1. Ed Vulliamy on goth-punk