Single review by KevW
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Their new single as Deathline should probably come packaged in a leather jacket and shades and instantly give you an inferiority complex. 'Ten Of Clubs' with its husky vocal and ominous, throbbing bass, feels both intimidating and cooler-than-thou in a similar fashion to how The Kills have nonchalantly swaggered their way through a decade of primal garage-rock sensibilities and don't-give-a-fuck attitude. Posturing it may be, but with good reason, 'Ten Of Clubs' is dark, engaging and powerful, neatly adding just enough studio polish to give it balls without becoming overly pompous. Not lo-fi, yet not commercial, it would be best described as 'mid-fi', and it turns out that's not a bad place to be.
Video and purchase links coming soon! In the mean time check out a demo of 'Ten Of Clubs' on Deathline's website
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