7/10 Jack Customer review, 28th January 2016
Drums of Death's debut, Generation Hexed, starts with the harmonic chorus of "Karaoke" before plunging into the chanting rock-synth pop hybrid of "Science & Reason," which sounds as if it would right at home on the DFA label. The synths at the start of "Won't Be Long" seem to have been beamed in from an early 90s rave, while the piano of "Lonely Days" gives that track a more baroque bearing before it warps into some twisted garage. Meanwhile, "London Teeth" whistles its way through energy before "Voodoo Lovers" features Gonzales on the piano for a more emotional touch finishing this fine album.
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