Death By Audio Launches New Pedal Collab with A Place to Bury Strangers

October 23, 2022

Death By Audio Announces New Pedal Collab with A Place to Bury Strangers

Exclusively Available on Reverb

On Friday October 21st and available now via Reverb, Death By Audio announced their latest pedal release and special collaboration with A Place To Bury Strangers. Death By Audio has launched EXPLODING HEAD BUNDLE exclusively on Reverb feat. Limited-Edition EXPLODING HEAD Triple Delay Pedal to Celebrate the “Unlucky 13th Anniversary” of the Album EXPLODING HEAD by A Place to Bury Strangers.

Limited to 500 units worldwide, the EXPLODING HEAD BUNDLE contains: 

2xLP Transparent Double Vinyl edition of Exploding Head Limited Edition Reissue by A Place to Bury Strangers

Exclusive Death By Audio EXPLODING HEAD Triple Delay Pedal

“Ego Death” Enamel Pin

“Deadbeat” Iron-on Patch

“Exploding Head’ Guitar Pick

18”x24” foldout lyric poster w/artwork


Death By Audio’s EXPLODING HEAD Triple Delay Pedal resurrects the spine-tingling digital echoes of the long-dormant Ghost Delay pedal with expanded controls and a streamlined, ultra-small, pedalboard-friendly footprint. It’s the ultimate triple-delay dream maker/destroyer.

This pedal improves on the sound I used around the time I was writing and recording Exploding Head,” says Death By Audio founder Oliver Ackermann. Ackermann is also the vocalist/guitarist/producer of A Place to Bury Strangers.  

I would do this trick where I’d link multiple delay lines to give the guitar this spooky, weird metallic sound. It’s more intense than a chorus and has a real unnatural sound. That sound exists in the EXPLODING HEAD pedal and was key to many of the songs on the record.”

The EXPLODING HEAD Triple Delay Pedal produces all-new otherworldly soundscapes to inspire the music of the future. Three delays wired in series offer individual Time, Feedback, and Blend controls for a psychedelic soiree of rhythmic multi-tap echoes, gooey ectoplasmic slapbacks, alien oscillations, swelling washes, and unhinged, in-the-red, borderline obscene (and possibly even banned in some jurisdictions) noise freakouts.

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