“Unearthing Dead Extras is to unearth a gem; you’re unlikely to find another band who does what they do to the same degree of skill- I wouldn’t bother trying.” – Lippy Magazine
“Their reputation as one of the best Leeds has to offer is justly earned” – Roadie Live
“High energy – Commanding Presence – Sheer Intensity” – When the Horn Blows
A Molotov cocktail of punk rock energy and alternative metal riffs, howling choirs of screams and snarls, Dead Extras are loud, immediate and demanding of your attention.
Formed in 2018 in Leeds, Dead Extras wasted no time in erupting onto an unsuspecting scene, gaining a reputation for their blisteringly intense live performances and theatrical showmanship. Blending influences from the entire alternative music spectrum and weaving it all together with their own unique eerie sound, Dead Extras are a force to be reckoned with.
Dead Extras recently released their single ‘Second Rate Sinner’ in anticipation of the forthcoming EP.
“It’s all dirty dirty guitar and big big drums. It’s loud, bloody loud, and right in your face.” – Local Sound Focus
“Havanas are another local band who help nail the lie that guitar music is dying; they can only grow and develop into 2019. Look out for them.” – Halfway2Nowhere
An alternative rock band from Leeds, combining elements of indie, punk and rock music to create their own alternative sound with raw vocals, hard hitting riffs and an in your face performance.
“A truly distinctive gem” – The Unsigned Guide
“Fans of energetic, abrasive vocals and fuzzy guitars will find plenty to dig here” – GIG Soup
“Snarling vocals and propellant rhythms which coalesce as intelligently manicured fury” – Pure Grain Audio
Uncomely are primarily inspired by the wave of psychedelic, grunge and punk rock bands that revolutionised music in the ’60s and ’90s.
Having found a base in Leeds in 2018 recording their Games People Play EP at Greenmount Studios (Cribs/Pulled Apart by Horses), 2019 saw the band explore their progressive side with singles Step Aside and Black Flowers. The band are currently back in the studio cooking up a storm, planning a saucy string of singles for release in 2020.
They’re an elephant in a greenhouse who’s just learned ballet: something so explosive, chaotic and manic but with just a touch of poise so it looks like they know what they’re doing. Prepare for an assault on the senses, a spiralling whirlpool of noise that you hope sucks you to the depths and never spits you out. Thank you for your patience Leeds, the Mall is now open
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