Amor Fati Band

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Amor Fati Band is a band created by Amaury Perez, Brian Dornbach, Don Van Handel, and Eric Drucker in the early 1980s to release avant-garde, industrial noise, post-punk rock music and experimental projects. The original intent was to work as a cooperative with other artists or anyone else that wanted to collaborate.

SPin Magazine (outside source)

They toured as Amor Fati and opened for post-punk bands such as the Butthole Surfers (, the Fall (, the Gun Club ( and many others. They released one 7" 45 and various K7s during the 1980s and a 12" LP entitled "Against "Nature"" which was reviewed and pictures of the artists were published in a tabloid magazine called SPIN ( All their releases were reviewed in other underground magazines such as: Option (, Forced Exposure, Reflex, Banana Fish, Fact Sheet Five, RRR and many others. A recent remaster and release for their hard-to-find and limited release entitled "Against Nature" can now be found on

Another band created as an "off-shoot" from this project was called "Will to Live." They went on to release a self-titled EP and tour in clubs throughout the north east. A recent remaster and release for their hard-to-find and limited release self- entitled "Will to Live" can now be found on


Amor Fati 7" 45: self titled: 1984 ( Amor Fati 12" Body W/O Organs: 1985 ( Amor Fati Rock N' Roll ( Amor Fati ‎The White ( Amor Fati Breasthead ( Amor Fati / C. Mehrl Bennett / The New Blockaders & Kommissar Hjuler ‎: An Empty Sunshine Day ( Amor Fati Against Nature ( Amor Fati Will to Live (


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