Daughters of the Dead Sea are an all-female rock trio hailing from the depths of West Seattle. Their music is pure, unrefined passion and energy in its most primitive form, laced with the early nineties Seattle sound. Their songs probe raw, ugly truths and explore our darker nature. These girls will punch you in the face, then rock you to sleep at night.
"Lead singer has an early Corin Tucker-like warble...the Sleater-Kinney sound is there in the background, influencing things in just the right way...fuzzy, bratty punk rock sound, like Bikini Kill...but the sound is more complex, more heavily layered..."
- Paul Constant, The Stranger (Jun 21, 2011)
"They like to chunk fast and heavy...On occasion they "slow down, infuse more soul and melody...'Waiting Room' is an example, again simple but POWERFUL...Blood Mt. breathes in a heavy, plodding way that I liked...simple but powerful..."
- Seattle Subsonic, Dave O'Leary(Feb 08, 2011)
"They started, and I was impressed...As musicians, they are not through, and if they write a few more tunes like 'Waiting Room' they may not be through for quite some time..."
- Dave O'Leary, Seattle Subsonic (Jan 26, 2012)
This debut EP is a definite must-have for any fan of the early nineties riot grrl and grunge rock movements. If you are a fan of rock and roll, this EP is a must hear! Keep your eye on these girls...this isn't the last you will hear from them.