Death's Three Daughters
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Death's Three Daughters

Seattle, Washington, United States | SELF

Seattle, Washington, United States | SELF
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"Tonight in Music: Tim Minchin, Vitamin D, Spaceman, Death's Three Daughters, We Say Bang!, Cash Pony, Faintly"

(Blue Moon) I'm always surprised by how little influence Sleater-Kinney had on up-and-coming bands—very few acts managed to incorporate their layered post-punk orchestrations into something meaningful. Sleater-Kinney don't sound like the main influence of Death's Three Daughters—hell, if the band listed their top five influences, Sleater-Kinney might not even be on that list—but the S-K sound is there in the background, influencing things in just the right way. The Daughters have a fuzzy, bratty punk-rock sound, like Bikini Kill, but lead singer Toots has an early—Corin Tucker—like warble, and their sound is more complex, more heavily layered than your traditional guitar-banging wailers.
PAUL CONSTANT - The Stranger


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Live From the Kill Room, EP

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Death's Three Daughters are an all-female rock/punk trio hailing from the depths of West Seattle. Their music is pure, raw passion and energy in its most primitive form, laced with early nineties Seattle sound. These girls will punch you in the face, then rock you to sleep at night.

They have graced the vast majority of Seattle's legendary stages over the last year including the Comet, the High Dive, Club Motor, Slim's Last Chance, the Skylark and Columbia City Theater. They have performed alongside many local favorites as well as national acts including Linda Perry of the 4 Non Blondes, Hobosexual, Cash Pony, The Bend and Sex Offender. They performed to a packed outdoor crowd at both the Alki Art Fair 2011 as well as the Georgetown Carnival 2011.

The Stranger raves about Death's Three Daughters, comparing them to early Sleater-Kinney and Bikini Kill, but “with more complex sound” and praises the singer's “Corin Tucker-like warble.” The Stranger deems them a "must-see!" Their angst-ridden, passionate performances have earned them much underground buzz and shout-outs on KEXP.

Deaths Three Daughters' much anticipated debut EP "Live from the Kill Room," is set to be released in January 2012, followed by a west coast Spring 2012 tour.