New Single 'Every Dying Breath'
Released 7th October 2013 (Rock Noir Recordings)
"All throbbing phallic guitar lines, dirty electronica and moody telephone-line vocals"
"Fusion of smutty electronica, suicide-esque atmospherics and post-punk vocals"
"Hypnotic post industrial beats, a relentless guitar riff combined with nods to The Velvets & Nico, Einsturzende Neubauten and the Mary Chain is pretty much guaranteed to get our toes a-tapping "
The Von Pip Musical Express
Jennie Werlemar (Vocals/Bass) | Kaoru Sato (Guitar/Programming)
Last year London/Helsinki electronic rock duo Deathline released their 2nd album 'NOVA' which bled a visceral blend of dirty electronica, throbbing garage rock and post-punk prowess that drew review comparisons to Suicide, Einstruzende Neubauten, Jesus & Mary Chain, The Velvet Underground and Kraftwerk amongst others.
On 7th October they will be releasing a re-worked version of 'Every Dying Breath' which saturates itself in a hazy psychedelic desert rock swagger, sizzling guitars lines, husky vocals and keys that slice itself right through the middle. It is backed with a remix by Danish minimal electronica duo holm/mirland, a cinematic mix by The Dead Zoo and a teaser demo from their new upcoming untitled EP.
Bursting with ideas Deathline are fast becoming a formidable prospect...
Every Dying Breath
Every Dying Breath (holm/mirland remix)
Every Dying Breath (Shaken not Remixed by The Dead Zoo)
The Death Line (Demo)
"...touches of the band Suicide but mix it with a 60s psychedelic sleazy sound"
"Deathline should probably come packaged in a leather jacket and shades and instantly give you an inferiority complex."
"Short, sharp and sledgehammering home the point, the plethora of layers contained in the grungy burst drift around within the track, at times overlapping and at others crashing into each other spectacularly"
Shout 4 Music
"Their unceremonious mash-up of guitars and technology sounds like the grinding in the gearbox of the modern world. Remember when bands had to be electronic or guitar driven, but not both? Kraftwerk or The Clash, you had to choose. These days, you can be bits of both."
Nemesis To Go
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