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1 review »I can’t give Dead Skeletons any less than full marks as they’re such a bunch of total dudes I’d be seriously doing their genius take on relentless “mantrastic” Armageddon days space-rock a disservice. The druid-like Icelandic chap who IS The Head Dead was supposedly given months to live in the ‘90s as he is apparently terminally ill with HIV. Yet along with hi ... »

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  • SOC10 / Ltd. European tour 12". One-sided with the B-side silkscreened in white on Sound Of Cobra

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9/10 Brian Staff review, 12 October 2012

I can’t give Dead Skeletons any less than full marks as they’re such a bunch of total dudes I’d be seriously doing their genius take on relentless “mantrastic” Armageddon days space-rock a disservice.

The druid-like Icelandic chap who IS The Head Dead was supposedly given months to live in the ‘90s as he is apparently terminally ill with HIV. Yet along with his merry band of sunglasses-sporting cohorts from all over the shop reverently in tow, he keeps on churning out these brilliantly monotonous, pulsing hypno-fests that reference classic dark brooding rock‘n’roll, psychedelic shoegaze and even Turkish folk but retain a world-weary spirituality all of their own.

This is a highly limited tour twelve that features three exclusive Skellies tunes and a remix of the lead track that sounds well spacey and cosmic. The screenprint on the other side looks proper cool and that too I’d like to witter on more but there’s not really much point. With 600 copies for the world and the increasing popularity and scarcity of their product, not to mention the BJM connection, ‘ORD’ is hardly going to be around for very long is it?


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