Exclusive: Eric Greif Confirms Death To All Turmoil

What's going on?

On September 3, Gun Shy Assassin was the only site to report about the mounting tensions between the Death camp and the organizers of the Death To All Tour.

In short, Death’s manager Eric Greif was booted as an administrator for the tour’s Facebook page, after trying to respond to complaints from several fans wondering when their various VIP merch orders would be filled.

Since our report, we’ve heard a number of unconfirmed rumors about musicians on the tour not getting paid, and that refunds for cancelled shows have not been provided to ticket holders.

Yesterday, Greif confirmed exclusively to GSA that, indeed, there have been some “very horrific matters” that have come to light recently regarding the Death To All Tour, and that numerous promises were not kept.

From what we understand, Sick Drummer Magazine — the organizers of the tour — is responsible for all of the turmoil.

Greif promised yesterday that he will be going on the record exclusively with Gun Shy Assassin in the very near future to discuss the situation, and provide full details of Sick Drummer magazine’s involvement.

Stay tuned for more details.

On September 3, we reported that Greif took to Facebook, writing, “Hmmm… I have been removed as an admin for the DEATH TO ALL Facebook page. Perhaps because I have mentioned on there that folks should write to the two Sick Drummer Magazine guys (who organized the tour) for refunds or to inquire about merch? This leads me to some interesting observations…”

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About Chris Harris

Chris Harris is an internationally-published music journalist and writer whose work has appeared on the pages of Rolling Stone, IFC, Revolver, Alternative Press, and Radar. The former news editor for Noisecreep, Harris also served as co-host for the site’s weekly podcast, “Creep Show." Before that, he spent four years writing for MTV News.