Sleigh Bells - Reign Of Terror album download
|1||True Shred Guitar||2:21|
|2||Born To Lose||3:53|
|4||End Of The Line||3:38|
|5||Leader Of The Pack||2:43|
|8||Road To Hell||3:22|
|9||You Lost Me||4:31|
|10||Never Say Die||3:40|
- Licensed To – Liberator Music
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Liberator Music
- Copyright (c) – Liberator Music
- Mastered At – Sterling Sound
- Art Direction – Derek Miller
- Engineer [Assistant] – Ryan Primack
- Engineer, Mixed By – Shane Stoneback
- Layout, Design – Steve Attardo
- Management – Bill Fold , Will Hubbard
- Mastered By – Steve Fallone
- Other [Business Management] – Phil Sarna Business Management
- Other [Legal] – Lisa Socransky
- Other [Overseas Booking] – Nick Cave & Adele Slater
- Other [Publicity] – Jen Appel
- Other [Us Booking] – Sam Kirby
- Performer – Alexis Krauss, Derek Miller
- Photography By – Joe Garrad
- Producer, Instruments [All] – Derek Miller
- Songwriter [All Songs By] – Krauss*, Miller*
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Sleigh Bells' second album, Reign of Terror, is plenty loud, but it doesn't rely on this volume trick.
Sleigh Bells is an American noise rock musical duo based in Brooklyn, New York, formed in 2008. The duo consists of vocalist Alexis Krauss and guitarist Derek Edward Miller. Recordings and Mom + Pop Music, Sleigh Bells released their debut album, Treats, in May 2010. Their follow-up album, Reign of Terror, was released in February 2012. In October 2013, the band released their third album, Bitter Rivals while their fourth album, Jessica Rabbit, was released in November 2016.
Album · 2012 · 11 Songs. Reign of Terror Sleigh Bells. Listen on Apple Music.
Even before Sleigh Bells’ first album, Treats, was released in 2010, they were darlings of the indie scene, propelled by a perfect storm of attention. There were early demos circulating to all the right tastemakers, breakout shows at the CMJ Music Festival attended by eager industry types, and suddenly, the interest of the rapper . who called Mr. Miller into her studio to produce for her after hearing a few of his tracks. Instead it became the basis for the heavy Reign of Terror. The new record is unmistakably Sleigh Bells, with dense but bigger production that puts Ms. Krauss’s voice into sweet relief over Mr. Miller’s dark metal peals. It is even more guitar driven - Mr. Miller discovered a model, the Jackson USA Soloist, that he loves - and more narrative and lyrical, with a crisper focus on arrangements and harmony over beats.
Reign of Terror is the second studio album by American noise pop duo Sleigh Bells. The album was released on February 21, 2012 by Mom+Pop. Following the critical success of their debut album Treats, Sleigh Bells started writing new material for their next album while on tour for their debut album, and recorded it over the course of five months in 2011.
Reign of Terror is the second studio album by the American noise pop duo Sleigh Bells. The album will be released through Mom+Pop on February 21, 2012. The writing process for Reign of Terror began during the touring cycle for Sleigh Bells' debut album Treats in 2010.
Anyway, now that disgusting rant is over and done with, Sleigh Bells have just put out their second album, Reign of Terror, and in many ways it’s another squared punch to the head from the Brooklyn duo. True Shred’s got a brilliant tongue in shred guitar cheek feel to it that still dominates even if it isn’t necessarily intentional. Follow up (honestly, there are options) track, Born to Lose is one of the best on Reign of Terror
Sleigh Bells Title: Reign of Terror Release Date: Feb. 21. In 2010, Sleigh Bells ( ghbells)were the right band for the right moment: a wave of hype, a deal with both .