"Ride in with Death" is The Dead Nobodies's first full-length album. It was recorded off and on from July 2011 through May 2012 by Davi Audel Navarro (guitar/vocals) in his basement recording space. It was mastered by Graham Goldman at Masterdisk, NYC, with artwork/design/photography by Heidi Navarro. The concept of the album is based off of Jean-Michel Basquiat's final painting, "Riding with Death." In the process of recording the album, The Dead Nobodies parted ways with original drummer, Mario Travaline, and found themselves looking at possible significant delays with the completion of their long overdue release.
Luckily, The Dead Nobodies were able to recruit Kaleb Duff to take over drumming duties and resumed recording sessions, completing the remaining tracks in two weeks, wrapping up sessions in May. "Ride in with Death" finds The Dead Nobodies in transition, discovering new territory and already looking to what lies ahead. Take a listen and pick yourself up a copy, you'll be glad you did.
*First print of "Ride in with Death" comes in standard jewel case form with a four panel insert, clear tray with front and back artwork and CD artwork.