Deadkill 7″ now streaming on Line Out


Today Deadkill’s debut 7″ was made available to stream in its entirety for the very first time on The Stranger’s Line Out blog, and now here below.

Also here is Grant Brissey’s write-up of tomorrow’s release show. The 70 gram white vinyl 7″ will be available at the show for $7.

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. (Wait five minutes and the man will surely have snatched up yet another promising hard/heavy outfit from this city or, do I venture to guess, Portland?) Deadkill feature Absolute Monarchs drummer Mike Stubz on guitar, and they specialize in finding one or two jagged riffs per song and then suturing them into your brain. Add to that some brawny drums and Bryan Krieger running around in his underwear and screaming a bunch of shit, and you’ve got yourself one giant beer blast of a record-release show. GRANT BRISSEY

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