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After almost of a decade of relentless touring and regularly releases, Die! Die! Die! sit deservedly at the head of our alternative music table. Fourth album Harmony finds the band as relentless as ever, refining and reinforcing their blend of fractured pop ditties, visceral indie, spun-out shoegaze, and post-modern punkisms.

The near musical veterans understand the importance of making a powerful first impression and do so in spades here. 'Oblivious: Oblivion' opens the album with a cascade of furious guitar barbs. The intensity gets ratcheted up a further notch on the title track that follows with its kaleidoscopic coda that billows out threateningly in every dimension. Die! Die! Die! know how to create an aural claustrophobia with ease. Layers of interwoven instruments thicken the air and draw it in around your ears like a hood. 'No One Owns A View' sounds like it has a point (something to do with property and landlord-ship) but good luck slowing down long enough to catch all of it. If you were seeking a small amount of respite hang on for the album's final track 'Get Back' as it swims on a rubbery wave of feedback and piercing, lop-sided drum mantras.


  1. Oblivious Oblivion
  2. Harmony
  3. Erase Waves
  4. Trinity
  5. Seasons Revenge
  6. No One Owns a Veiw
  7. Changeman
  8. 16 Shades of Blue
  9. Twiutching Sunshine
  10. Get Back