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Talk about spastic, the latest endeavor by Rhode Island's Daughters takes the cake. On the quintet's hard to swallow 10-track follow-up to CANADA SONGS, the risk-taking troupe delve deeper into the madness, melding Dillinger-esque blasts with Ministry-like vocals and some of the most jarring sounds to come from a six-stringed instrument on songs like "Providence by Gaslight" and "Fiesty Snakewoman". With obvious nods to Every Time I Die, The Mars Volta, Mr. Bungle, Melt Banana, and noise rock across the globe, HELL SONGS is hard to digest, and even at times unlistenable, yet much like a car accident on the side of the road, nearly impossible to divert your attention from.
- Mike SOS