The Death Set

The Death Set's blitzkreig shriekalongs are tempered with pop sensibility

Michel Poiccard

Inheritors of The Ramones’ buzzsaw bubblegum template, The Death Set’s patent wendigo blitzkreig shriekalongs are tempered with a pop sensibility which bridges the gap between Fall Out Boy and Fugazi without sounding – ugh – ‘mature’. The likes of ‘Can You Seen Straight?’ would sound equally at home on the radio as they will causing lasting hearing damage at cramped venues.

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