Science and Hip Hop combine with a Big Bang in a special event concert! The fans have asked for it, so we’re doing it. We rocked the Pacific Northwest, now we’re bringing it to the East! Join us for an exciting live #GrandUnified concert and show in the D.C. area: The Celestial Wars Concert featuring Greydon Square and Tombstone da Deadman, along with their special guest performers C-Gats, MC Brooks, Ogma GU, and G.A. Saturday, July 26, 2014, at Infuse Restaurant & Bar, Temple Hills, MD Doors open at 7pm, show starts at 8pm. Help us Raise the Roof to reach our goal and Fund the Event by selecting a #GU Experience Perk Package to show your support and enjoy the concert.
Going to be in the Seattle area in August??? Come see Grand Unified perform in Seattle WA at the Hyatt House Hotel in Redmond. Performing: Tombstone da Deadman Syqnys and the debut of Ryuken Vs. A joint album with me and C-Gats.
Bio: Raised in Edmondson Village on the west side of Baltimore, Maryland, Tombstone’s style is heavily influenced by pioneering hip hop legends like Rakim, LL Cool J, Big Daddy Kane and Public Enemy. Mr. Deadman began exploring the art of rap at the age of 13, on a dare that he couldn’t do it. That da...See Full Bio
“Living in quite a different tonal world is the new album, Entropic Man, by Tombstone da Deadman (October 2013), the follow-up to his much-beloved Rise of the Infidel (2012). It features two tracks that take as their subject not only the end of human existence, but the end of existence generally under the cool and indifferent watch of thermodynamics. In the concluding tracks, “All Things Must Pass” and “Death Speaks”, Tombstone assumes the guise of Entropy and Death themselves, surveying from those perspectives the progress of the universe and man’s small lot among it all. As entropy, he introduces himself with a power and force that suggests John Milton crossed with Carl Sagan:”