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Daughters of the Dead Sea / Press

“The debut EP from this all-girl West Seattle trio features '90s-sounding hard rock that veers from Sleater-Kinney ("Runaway") to Vendetta Red ("54 Roses"). The band has a softer side too, like on "Waiting Room," which dials back the tempo to feature a pretty melody, a nice counterpoint to the rest of the release's darker vibe.”

“Daughters of the Dead Sea are flying the flag of boggy, marshy, from-the-depths-of-ancient-ruins rock. Seattles natives are no stranger to this style and with the recent release of their EP, The KillRoom Sessions, DotDS is poised to set up permanent camp in the trenches of influential NW music. Take note, bands of Seattle, these ladies are carving out a legacy with their music and any great legacy starts with stickers.”

“Song of the year is hands down "The Clown." It is an earworm to the Nth degree.”

“These three women know how to rock but their lyrics and delivery are what amaze me. This 5 song EP makes me want to plug in and play, it refreshes me and makes me feel like I am young and full of justified anger again. In fact just thinking about this album makes me want to play my guitar.”

"As musicians, they are not through, and if they write a few more tunes like 'Waiting Room' they may not be through for quite some time..."

"...they started, and I was impressed."

“On occasion they "slow down, infuse more soul and melody...'Waiting Room' is an example, again simple but POWERFUL..."”

Seattle Subsonic - Dave O'Leary

"....Blood Mt. breathes in a heavy, plodding way that I liked...simple but powerful..."

Dave O'Leary - Seattle Subsonic

"...they like to chunk fast and HEAVY..."

Dave O'Leary - Seattle Subsonic

"...lead singer has an early Corin Tucker-like warble...the Sleater-Kinney sound is there in the background, influencing things in just the right way..."

"...fuzzy, bratty punk-rock sound, like Bikini Kill...but the sound is more complex, more heavily layered..."