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Last month, Chris Walla announced that he would be leaving Death Cab For Cutie after over fifteen years with the band. He played his last live show with the group at Rifflandia Festival in Victoria,…   Read Story »
Death Cab For Cutie and the Dismemberment Plan had a mutual respect for each other, so much so that they embarked on a joint Death And Dismemberment Tour in early 2002. This weekend sees the two…   Read Story »
Chris Walla has announced his departure from Death Cab For Cutie. "Deciding to leave the band was not, and is not, easy. It’s really, really sad. I love my bandmates, and I’m proud of what…   Read Story »
Ask anyone old enough to drink what they think emo is, and you'll get about as many different responses as people willing to answer. They'll just about all be right, too (if Last.fm is any kind of…   Read Story »
We could have concluded Death Grips weren't playing Fun Fun Fun Fest even if the organizers hadn't poked fun at the band's recent breakup. Now it turns out Death Cab For Cutie -- another Death band,…   Read Story »
Budweiser partners with Jay Z for the Made In America festival, which is returning to Philadelphia for a third time this year as well as adding an L.A. edition. Apparently the Made In America brand…   Read Story »
We last heard from Death Cab For Cutie in October when they posted some enticing Instagram pics that showed them in the studio recording what should be an epic post-divorce album from Ben Gibbard. No…   Read Story »
Blame it on the city, or blame it the band, but last night in Seattle people did not freak out for the surprise "special guest" appearance of Death Cab For Cutie during the opening of Barsuk Records'…   Read Story »
Transatlaticism, Death Cab For Cutie's gold-selling dorm-room staple, was an important album in indie rock's transition to cultural ubiquity, and it's about to celebrate its 10th anniversary. The…   Read Story »
Over 100,000 fans hit the Seattle Center for this year's Bumbershoot over Labor Day weekend. Performers included Kendrick Lamar, MGMT, Fun., Heart, Gary Numan, and Death Cab For Cutie playing their…   Read Story »