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HMLTD return in style, with thrilling new track ‘Death Drive’

It’s another genre-breaking cutter from the Londoners 
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Published: 2:21 pm, November 10, 2018Words: Jamie Muir.
HMLTD return in style, with thrilling new track ‘Death Drive’

If there’s one thing HMLTD know how to do, it’s ripping apart the idea of genre, and it’s exactly what they’ve gone and done with their returning new one ‘Death Drive’

Fusing breaking beats, scorching punk fever and even acapella stylings, it proves just why HMLTD are unlike any other band doing it at the moment.

Talking about the track, the band described it as “a voyeur’s song about America, written by someone peering through the keyhole. It fantasises America as a driver over the limit and racing pathologically towards its own orgasmic head-on collision.”

‘Death Drive’ is the first new music from HMLTD since this summer’s debut EP ‘Hate Music Last Time Delete’ and comes ahead of a run of shows with Slaves on their UK headline tour over the next few weeks. HMLTD will headline their own special show on November 23rd at London’s Studio 9294 before rounding out 2018 supporting Nine Inch Nails on their special US dates.

Click play on the startling video for ‘Death Drive’ below

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