Dead Daughters debut single

2014-07-05 by KingSpook | 7 Comments
Throwback industrial outfit The Dead Daughters have released their debut single, 'Child's
Play'.

The song can be heard here:



Tagged: The Dead Daughters

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Iamthe Nightstars
July 5th 2014
2449 Comments


I got excited when I saw "Daughters".

TheEnygma
July 6th 2014
47 Comments


seemed less of a song and more like one dude hitting one chord over and over and putting weird shit in the background

PuddlesPuddles
July 6th 2014
4787 Comments


This is not my favorite

unromance
July 6th 2014
90 Comments


This is not my favourite either.

KingSpook
July 6th 2014
32 Comments


Well, everyone's a critic. This is Sputnikmusic after all, where if you say anything back, they get pissed and delete you.

clander270
July 6th 2014
222 Comments


I got excited when I saw "Daughters". [2]

TheGreatQ
July 6th 2014
1752 Comments


lol what the fuck is this

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