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Dixie Deathwish


US four piece deliver 'all metal, no bullshit'! Like your metal heavy as?!..then this is a band for you!

"A Beautiful Demise" is nice and heavy from the off! Great fierce vocals, with audible shouting is always good! Very clear and effective topped off with good lyrics, bold and strong like their music! Add in some headbang worthy riffs and beats and this track shows pure metal is still alive!

"Butterfly Effect" to sum up is fast, and fucking heavy! This is a great heart pounding, headbanging slab of metal! I always admire any metal vocalists that can scream like hell whilst still being meticulous!

This band have a solid cuthroat sound that should go down a treat with the metal masses and will make you go mental in the mosh pits! Speaking of mosh pits be sure to check out the band if your fortunate enough to be in the area supporting the very awesome Straight Line Stitch (not for the first time either!) who I'm a massive fan of!..If you haven't had the pleasure of hearing them, do it now!!..Just shows this band is about 'no bullshit' as that is some serious shit supporting a great band like them! Dixie Deathwish should keep doing what their doing..if it ain't broke, don't fix it right!


Dixie Deathwish are supporting Straight Line Stitch on the 24th February at Groundzero, 3052 Howard St. 


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