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Dead Confederate - EP

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Dead Confederate's self-titled EP opens with "Memorial Day Night," an acoustic piece that sets the emotional tone, but not the sound, for the rest of the disc. The jarring guitar chords at the start of "The Rat" dispel any notion that the remainder of Dead Confederate will be as calm as the beginning, but the band's bleak, melancholy tone survives intact. The tune's rhythm section, weary verses, and hard-edged chorus gives it an uncanny resemblance to the Cranberries' "Zombie" — an odd similarity, given that Dead Confederate's sound goes back further than '90s alt rock. The band is not quite blues-rock, not quite psychedelic, and not quite power trio, though it borrows from all of them. The most notable quality of Dead Confederate is its unrelenting gloom — though "Get Out" teasingly hints at lighter fare before descending once again — and the fact that it seems entirely too short. "Shadow the Walls" brings things to a close, pulling together impassioned vocals, a catchy refrain, and echoing guitars. It's a driving number that feels like a launching point rather than an ending, making a strong statement for both Dead Confederate's sound and its potential.


Formed: 2006 in Augusta, GA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Dead Confederate take a post-grunge approach to their music, which also leans heavily on the group's psychedelic and Southern rock influences. Seeds for the band's formation were planted during the late '90s, when future bandmates Hardy Morris (vocals, guitar), Brantley Senn (bass), Walker Howle (guitar), John Watkins (keyboards), and Jason Scarboro (drums) bonded over a shared affinity for Pink Floyd and Black Sabbath. Although hailing from Augusta, GA, the quintet relocated to Atlanta following...
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