The Rattlin’ Doors – In A Tree House

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With their debut single, UK rockers The Rattlin’ Doors stand before us as a compelling and scintillating piece of devilment, a band with a sound which it would not be a surprise if it was claimed by the devil or any wickerman ceremony bred by pagan worship. In A Tree House is a riveting and thrilling shadow stomping slice of aural mischief, a song born of folk rock and cultured in a psychobilly, hillbilly, and garage punk vat of caustic revelry. Imagine the mutant offspring from a union of Eighteen Nightmares At the Lux, The Cramps, The Fall, and especially The Dancing Did, and you get a whiff of the psyched out rock ‘n’ roll of The Rattlin’ Doors.

Consisting of guitarist and vocalist Andy Teece, bassist Phil Elt, and drummer Leeroy Evans, the Worcester trio bring a fusion of rockabilly, punk, and blues into a unique recipe of their own and already have made a strong impression in the UK and over the pond. In A Tree House will only accelerate and enforce their striking and imagination capturing presence, their first introduction to the widest audience a tantalising almost niggling seed of triumph which truly ignites the passions.

The first of their ‘tainted tales of country life’ to be unleashed, In A Tree House charges up to the ear in a blaze of intense 582219_193591974104886_1351463910_nstrumming before breaking into a hungry stroll of expressive and sinisterly grinning vocals alongside slide guitar teasing and rhythmic prowling. It is an immediate recruitment with a sonic hook which seduces the passions instantly. Around that barbed lure the bass of Elt romps and crawls over the ear with a rapacious greed, its menace bringing dark corners to bear upon the country rock lined stomp to find a dark union with the equally nightmare seeded lyrical narrative wonderfully expelled by the vocals of Teece.

In A Tree House is an exceptional treat with the skills of Evans caging its contents and the ear in an inescapable and irresistible encounter of sacrificial caustic beauty, village life taken to extremes for a delicious dance of picturesque malevolence. The Rattlin’ Doors is destined to find a legion of eager victims for their startlingly fascinating cause as they take over UK rock, we are already a willing conspirator so come join the burning with us.

Released July 1st, In A Tree House will be available as a free download from The Rattlin’ Doors website.

http://www.rattlindoors.com/

https://www.facebook.com/TheRattlinDoors

Upcoming The Rattlin’ Doors gigs:

15th June @ Flapper & Firkin – Birmingham

16th June @ Himbelton Cricket Club – Himbelton

10/10

RingMaster 31/05/2013

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