The Inflation Kills

Album Title: The Inflation Kills
Release Date: April 14, 2005
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Genre: Rock
Grown from the ashes of indie rock act kitchens & bathrooms, lead singer Phil Williams and bassist Adrian Murchison decided to make a fresh start with The Inflation Kills. Clever, but not too clever, The Inflation Kills is a half hour of terse guitar rock, complete with melodies that push the limits of Williams' vocal chords. Freight train drumming and lyrics worth paying attention to, the 10-tracks on the band's debut album do justice to both kitchens & bathrooms' past and the new path The Inflation Kills has placed themselves on. "Cadillac Victim" is one of the best tracks on the album (of which there are many), all pulsating bass with a paranoid sounding narrator carrying on about some diamond ring and changes. Tight and pulled together, The Inflation Kills have got something good going on; here's hoping they don't implode.

Writer: Jaclyn Arndt


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