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"The Bambi Killers"

We were recently contacted by four piece punk rock band, The Bambi Killers, about some of their tracks on their FB page. Stemming from the mean streets (ok they say bleak, but I like mean better) of Swansea in South Wales, the band combine punk and rock for what they describe as ‘a fleeting encounter on top of the pool table’. Based on everything they had said, I was looking forward to checkin out what was on offer!

Opening with Don’t Be Invisible it’s clear that the band have indeed combined the different approaches of punk and rock to form their own unique sound, basing everything around a fuzzy guitar sound and keeping things moving with a steady beat. What’s most striking from the off is the female vocal line, forming a sound which adds an extra softness over the top of the mix whilst still managing to hammer home the message of the track throughout. Throw a catch chorus into the mix and what you’ve got here is a track which is going to be impossible to resist, the sort of thing which is going to secure these guys a reputation as a force to be reckoned with on the live scene.

Get Up Get Out Get Off comes up next and once again, throws us straight into a distorted melee of hammering guitar lines, pounding drum rhythms, rib shaking bass lines and more of those awesome vocals. The mix on this track moves faster but once again shows the band unique mix off with aplomb, once again crafting a track which is going to kill on the live scene. The sheer energy which flows out of this track is the key feature to this track, it empowers the band and the listener at the same time and shows that if you’re looking for an exciting band who are out to get their message across, this could well be a good place to start looking! This theme of sheer energy continues into The Weight Of The Morning, once again picking up the pace and showing off the bands live tendencies. Harking back to the likes of Hole at times through the guitar work, there’s a real sense of grunge like rhythms flowing through this track, forming a sound which sounds recognisable at times, but fresh and new at others, resulting in a unique and exciting overall feeling.

Closing with Lights Out there’s one last side of the band to be seen, this time throwing into an almost pop-punk rock sound as the track gets going. Palm muted guitar sounds form the key backing whilst the vocals once again lead the way throughout the distorted yet melodic mix, it’s a sound which is going to get people dancing and moving but most of all, singing along. This is one of my favourite tracks from the selection as simply it shows of the band in the best way possible, showing that live they’re going to be damned good fun, but also showing that they’re going to be one hell of a force to be reckoned with moving forwards!

I wasn’t sure about The Bambi Killers when I read their write up, but their sound is quite simply awesome. I love the combination of punk and rock at the best of times, so the mix which has been achieved here is right up my street, but there’s something more exciting about this which is impossible to resist. Definitely a band to keep an eye out for on the live scene – one to watch!


Still working on that hot first release.



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