Sometimes rollicking and fun, often dark and somber, The Slow Death carved out their own niche of melodic punk over a decade ago and have not eased up for a moment since. Infectious punk anthems like this only come along every so often. In our current age and environment where the internet affords anyone the platform to be heard, Jesse Thorson's gravely croon carries you through each whiskey soaked song. Backed by tight drums, driving guitars and bass playing from Dillinger 4’s Paddy Costello, they will take your heart and your ears on a melancholy, booze fueled romp over and over again, sticking in your memory while everything else fades into obscurity.
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