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THEE EVILTONES / Press

"Nottingham’s four-piece horror garage-surfers don’t start their debut album the way I expect, i.e. with a lot of fuzz. No, they start it with rainswept flamenco guitar and a deadpan story involving a desert journey for enlightenment that ends with a deal with the devil. It’s funny, trashy and explains not just the album title but pretty much the band too. click on the link bellow to read full review.

"On to Nottingham, where a couple of primitive pursuers reside. THE EVILTONES have a combined sonic wisdom and experience to know how to make rock ’n’ roll so visceral it is almost too much to bear...“furious death-dance burn-out boogie”, and no one on this Earth with ears could disagree."

"On to Nottingham, where a couple of primitive pursuers reside. THE EVILTONES have a combined sonic wisdom and experience to know how to make rock ’n’ roll so visceral it is almost too much to bear. ... “furious death-dance burn-out boogie”, and no one on this Earth with ears could disagree.

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