THE DEAD WEATHER THIRD OF FOUR TECHNIQUE AND INSTRUMENT DISCUSSION VIDEOS
DODGE AND BURN OUT NOW
The Dead Weather have released the third of four technique and instrument-based videos. In this third episode, guitarist Dean Fertita divulges the source of his pummeling dive bomber crunch on new song “Let Me Through,” and takes a phone call from an irate neighbor. The video, directed by Jack White, concludes with a propulsive live performance of the track from the new album Dodge And Burn. Stay tuned in the coming weeks for thelast video of the series from The Dead Weather and Third Man Records.
DODGE AND BURN - the Dead Weather's third album and first full-length release in five years - is fast drawing critical acclaim from around the globe. "Five years after their last beautifully deranged outburst, Nashville’s freakiest supergroup return with another slice of dark absurdity," declared ROLLING STONE AUSTRALIA in a four-starred rave, while SPIN awarded the album a rating of 8-out-of-10, noting The Dead Weather are "an outfit whose members are hardly content to rest on their past achievements. DODGE AND BURN is one of their greatest." "The Dead Weather's finest work to date," declared A.V. CLUB of the album's closing track, "Impossible Winner,” calling it "exactly the kind of curveball that makes DODGE AND BURN so appealing." The Dead Weather "administer a thoroughscrubbing to knackered old garage-rock until it gleams like the chrome fender on a Dodge," noted UNCUT, while CLASH praised DODGE AND BURN as "a sassy ball of madness coming at your ears at 120mph." "DODGE AND BURN is finely crafted insanity," raved CRAVE in its 9-out-of-10 rated review, “a retro-threaded storm of punk-blooded greatness, without apology or allegiance to anyone but their own. You leave the record wanting to be in the gang, an accessory to whatever crimes may come. And that's just what they want."
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