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Leeds rockers Black Moth have been picking up a lot of praise for their recent LP ‘The Killing Jar’, a chunky chug through vintage sounding rumbling riffs and female crooning which sounds good until she does the Courtney Love yelling thing (thankfully this doesn’t last long). The overall effect is somewhere between London ‘70s-worshipping glam-progsters Purson and the clos ...

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Savage Dancer / Tree Of Woe by Black Moth
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8/10 ReviewBot300 Staff review, 25 April 2013

Leeds rockers Black Moth have been picking up a lot of praise for their recent LP ‘The Killing Jar’, a chunky chug through vintage sounding rumbling riffs and female crooning which sounds good until she does the Courtney Love yelling thing (thankfully this doesn’t last long).

The overall effect is somewhere between London ‘70s-worshipping glam-progsters Purson and the closely observed retro theatrics of Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats. On the other side ‘Tree of Woe’ is driven along by a slow, plodding bass riff which speeds up and is joined by fizzy guitar. This slow-fast-slow dynamic is pretty well executed and actually I think this is my favourite of these two songs. It reminds me of Soundgarden until the goofball metal outro. I can see why people are so fond of this bunch.


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