Press

Fuze Magazine
http://www.fuze-magazin.de/

 



Metal Hammer
www.metal-hammer.de/

 



Shout4Music
http://www.shout4music.com/



Visions
http://www.visions.de/



Intro
http://www.intro.de/



Westzeit
http://www.westzeit.de/

 



Up Magazine
http://www.upmagazine.nl/



Cdstarts
http://www.cdstarts.de/



3voor12
http://3voor12.vpro.nl



muziek.nl
http://www.muziek.nl/



Nu.nl
http://www.nu.nl

 



Lust For Life
http://www.lustforlifemagazine.nl/



AD De Dortenaar
http://www.ad.nl

 



Oor Magazine
http://oor.nl/

 


OX Fanzine
http://www.ox-fanzine.de/


Stadtblatt Osnabrück
http://www.stadtblatt-osnabrueck.de/

 



Scene2act
http://www.Scene2act.de

“Ich kann nur sagen – wow.”



Big Cheese Magazine – Oct 2012
http://www.bigcheesemagazine.com/

“Blistering Dutch duo unleash the noise”
“Post-Historic is something of an enigma; a real amalgam of indie, rock, hardcore and postrock, yet it fully fits – and deserves – its classy title.”

 



Rock Sound – Sept 2012

http://www.rocksound.tv/

“It’s a great piece of work, which never compromises to 1 style.”



Metaldiscovery
http://www.metal-discovery.com/

“Most impressive is the wonderfully atmospheric soundscapes they manage to attain with just guitar and drums and, likewise, the level of energy and intensity when they heavy it up. And the audience seem to love ’em judging by the loud cheers and applause they receive. It’s certainly deserved. (…)Transcending any obvious categorisation, their tunes span a diverse spectrum from post-rock ambient melancholy right through to bursts of riff-heavy aggressive mania and everything in-between.(………….), Death Letters’ real strength is in their adept songwriting and its execution in a live context which makes the most of their minimal set-up.”


Über Rock
http://www.uberrock.co.uk/



Shout4Music – Sept 2012
http://www.shout4music.com/

“Unbelievably, the righteous racket created by Dutch post-rockers Death Letters is the product of just two people; singer/guitarist Duende Ariza Lora and drummer Victor Brandt have, with the help of former Dandy Warhols and …Trail of Dead producer Chris Smith, created a sophomore album of blistering power yet restrained aggression that deserves to enjoy a long future as a classic of the genre.” 9/10

 

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