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Newswire: Dead To Me addresses addiction on the harrowing “I Wanna Die In Los Angeles”

On Dead To Me’s very first release—the wildly underrated Cuban Ballerina—bassist-vocalist Tyson “Chicken” Annicharico was quick to put his issues with drug and alcohol addiction on display. The album’s final track, “Visiting Day,” saw Annicharico singing about his experiences inside and outside of rehab, letting the world see the struggles he had long internalized. But it’s those same issues that explain why the San Francisco punk band has been silent for the last five years.
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