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DEATH LOTTERY – ‘EP II’ Review

DEATH LOTTERY – EP II

Death LotteryDeath Lottery are a punk rock band from South Florida and have just released their second EP, entitled, aptly, EP II.

EP II is available digitally on via the Bandcamp site (link below) and as a limited edition self-released 7″ (150 copies on multi-coloured vinyl with hand screened covers.)  The five-track effort opens with 12th Meal (Moser’s Lament) where some studio conversation soon gives way to some serious garage punk rock and roll with some monster riffs and monster hooks competing with some heavy as hell guitar licks and some manic energy…WOWSER!

On Jesus Does What He Wants the band continues to lay down some manic guitars channelling The Cramps and The 13th Floor Elevators into a garage punk frenzy and on Wolf’s Bud the barely controlled chaos continues with some serious rocking.

Tequila W Sammy shows some restraint this time but no let up on power as an errant organ finds its way into the mix and the band sound like Australia’s Vines! The EP concludes with Future Caveperson where the garage-punk-rock and roll continues to deliver with some cascading riffs and urgent vocals.

These folks sure know how to bottle up some sheer energy and deliver it to your eardrums – you can get your ticket to the Death Lottery (see what I did there?) here:- https://freetimeboyz.bandcamp.com/album/ep-ii

 

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