DZ Deathrays - 'Black Rat'

DZ Deathrays - 'Black Rat'

On their 2012 debut 'Bloodstreams', DZ Deathrays put out a siren call to headbanging pissheads everywhere. Two years on, it looks like Shane Parsons and Simon Ridley might have grown up. 'Black Rat' is just as fun, bright and sloppy, but this...

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DZ Deathrays - 'Bloodstreams'

DZ Deathrays - 'Bloodstreams'

Co-produced by Richard Pike of Aussie electro rockers PVT, DZ Deathrays’ debut album, ‘Bloodstreams’, was recorded in Queensland in less than two weeks. Rumour has it that Simon Ridley (drums/vox) and Shane Parsons (vox/guitar) perfected 14...

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DZ Deathrays - 'Dollar Chills'

DZ Deathrays - 'Dollar Chills'

The only chills you’ll be getting from this one are the kind that occur when you’ve been up for 72 hours straight, still determinedly keeping the party alive. Full of dirty basslines and skronky guitars, this is like Pulled Apart By Horses...

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DZ Deathrays - 'No Sleep'

DZ Deathrays - 'No Sleep'

Instantly giving their album the potential to be the most high octane axe-attack of 2012 – and rendering any further DFA 1979 reunions totally inessential – ‘No Sleep’ is over the parapet proof that this duo’s bludgeoning guitar shocks...

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This Week's Singles Reviewed (8/10/11)

This Week's Singles Reviewed (8/10/11)

NME's Anne T Donahue reviews this week's singles DZ Deathrays- Gebbie Street Everyone loves a little DFA 1979, so we can assume that after a few too many pals compared these guys to the aforementioned, drummer Simon started calling...

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