Music Review: “If Death Ever Slept” by Destruction Unit


TRACK 7

“If Death Ever Slept”

From Destruction Unit’s Negative Feedback Resistor

SACRED BONES

Liner notes: Ryan Rousseau channels Johnny Rotten, delivering a thrilling fusion of punk and thrash metal.

Behind the music: An early lineup of the band included the late Memphis garage legend Jay Reatard.

Check it out if you like: Ty Segall, MC5, and Thee Oh Sees.

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