DeadAudioSaints are here to stamp their imprint on the UK scene and the Yorkshire Rocksters have the perfect bait in the form of their blistering debut record, The Purge EP, out Monday 1 September.
Although DeadAudioSaints display a vast array of influences, they largely take inspiration from 30 Seconds to Mars, Placebo, Marilyn Manson, Rob Zombie and Queens of The Stone Age. With their own unique sound, DeadAudioSaints impressively forge powerhouse alternative rock vibes with contemporary loops, underpinned by soul crushing bass lines, contemporary samples and synths and heart pounding drums, all wrapped in a kaleidoscope of punk and internal rage.
Born only last year, DeadAudioSaints feature brothers Danny Jones (vocals and synth) and Corey Jones (bass, guitars and synth) along side childhood friends Tyla-Joe Connett (bass, programming); the industrial three piece also use a floating live drummer for shows. Spawned from the ashes of previous bands and with a slew of experience between the threesome, DeadAudioSaints have wasted no time in setting their plan of attack. The rising alternative riff slingers have played a series of highly successful shows in Manchester, Stoke, Carlisle and Newcastle, to name just a few. The band have also been featured in Big Cheese Magazine and they have racked widespread underground radio play including spots on BBC Humberside, Noize Level Critical and TBFM.
DeadAudioSaints have just completed work on their first record with Matt Eliss (Skarlett Riot, Black Spiders) at the helm. Entitled The Purge EP, the release throws down a real marker. The new single and opener The Purge rattles through the airwaves with potent venom and lethal intent. The band have also just unleashed a video to accompany the single. The insanely infectious and pounding Tear Apart is next up as it tips its cap in the direction of early Marilyn Manson and NiN. The Game hightlights the band’s deft ability to shift gears and use dynamics to stunning effect and the punk infused Don’t Like You further demonstrates DeadAudioSaints’ diversity while the closer Taking Control rounds off the EP with a hefty slice of hard-hitting electro heavy rock that hammers at the door with it’s anthemic craft. The enterprising unit have really crafted an impressive debut that is sure to leave its mark; look out as they hit the road this Autumn.