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Diamanda Galás

Diamanda Galás

Real/full name:
Diamanda Galás
62 (born Aug 29th, 1955)
Place of origin:
United States (San Diego, California)


Diamanda Galás is a Greek-American avant-garde composer, vocalist, pianist, performance artist and painter.

Known for her expert piano as well as her distinctive, operatic voice, which has a three and a half octave range, Galás has been described as "capable of the most unnerving vocal terror". Galás often shrieks, howls, and seems to imitate glossolalia in her performances. Her works largely ...


Rotting Chist made a cover of her song "Orders from the Dead" with her vocals, published on their 'Aealo' album in 2010.

Solo albums:
1982 - The Litanies of Satan
1984 - Diamanda Galás
1986 - The Divine Punishment
1986 - Saint of the Pit
1988 - You Must Be Certain of the Devil
1992 - The Singer
1994 - The Sporting Life (with John Paul Jones)

Diamanda Galás

Vocals (1973-present)


2006 Blood Libels Outro (track 8)

Rotting Christ

2010 Aealo Vocals (track 11)
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Added on: 2011-04-10 08:36:29 Last modified on: 2017-08-24 09:57:50
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