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The ravenesque Slaughter Daughters from Bend, OR bring their fiercely unique and foreboding "Gothgrass" sound to the dark American roots panorama in original songs that serenade the tragedy of human descent. Sisters in song Ariana Celestine and Cecilia Raheb's aggressive, ominous approach to string music sounds like blood dripping on a banjo, and they are as beautiful as they are haunting in how they give song and story to the inner depths of emotion.
Having shared the stage with the likes of Soda Gardocki, The Goddamn Gallows, Willy "Tea" Taylor and many more, and influenced from as wide of a range as Slim Cessna's Auto Club and Woody Guthrie, The Slaughter Daughters are self-described lifers of the road and music, making a habit of hitting the highway for months at at time, tantalizing crowds with their dark chemistry and engaging song craft.