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This may be the best thing to hit my ears in a long time. I thought the same thing when I heard wingwalker on myspace. The album as a whole surpasses my expectations and shows how talented this group of musicians is taking you on a forty minute ride that you simple wish would not end. So I say... Buy this CD and become amazed with the talent and growth that is shown in this second album

Great work gentlemen!

Wow...that last review took it out of me! I just like the music. Great songs, great variety...and assembled perfectly. My advice, quit reading drawn out reviews and enjoy the *$%*#@! MUSIC!!!

Don't Let This Pass You By!

Yet again, three years after their stunning debut, The Deadly Syndrome have crafted a sophomore effort that is destined for greatness but slated to be ignored. Now, after managing themselves and releasing this record on their own, The Deadly Syndrome looks inward. With less surreal imaginings in its lyrics and a quiet beautiful drone in its place. Though the beautiful falsettos and climactic punches are missed a solid mix of Jesse Hoy's excellent keyboard work and guitar chords that are nothing short of sincere. The Deadly Syndrome still remains an unsung hero of alternative folk music that should not be ignored.


Formed: 2006 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

The Deadly Syndrome is an indie folk quartet from the Silver Lake district of Los Angeles. Native Californians Will Etling (guitar) and Jesse Hoy (drums) met at the University of California in Santa Barbara, where the annual Reel Loud Film Festival (a UCSB tradition featuring student-made silent films accompanied by live music) resulted in their first musical collaboration. After mutual friends introduced the musicians to Christopher Richard (vocals) and Mike Hughes (keyboards/drums), both of whom...
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Nolens Volens, The Deadly Syndrome
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  • $9.90
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Mar 22, 2010
  • Parental Advisory

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