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Ahead of the official release, we’re stoked to stream Life Pilot’s entire Too Hot For Killing EP below!
Life Pilot have been around for a while but never broke through. With the recent rise of local favourites like Alpha Wolf, maybe it’s time. Too Hot For Killing is a good indication of how bands like Hellions have infiltrated and influenced the development of like-minded bands in the scene. With Dre Faivre-like vocals, Life Pilot take on an almost extended version of Infamita in Knife Box.
it’s not hard to tell we’re dealing with an Aussie act when “c*nts” is dropped in the second track
Cane Hill devouts will love Defy; although their profanity is a touchstone, it’s not hard to tell we’re dealing with an Aussie act when “c*nts” is dropped in the second track. One is reminiscent of Dillinger antics; short, sweet and chaotic. Too Hot For Killing stretches its runtime to nearly six minutes and could easily be turned into two separate efforts. It’s not as relentless as END’s recent onslaught but there’s enough build up in Next Question for mosh fans to rate.
STICK THIS NEXT TO: Alpha Wolf, Old Hellions, END
STANDOUT TRACKS: Knife Box, One, Next Question