Maybe it's just me, but talking skeleton mannequins are NOT silly! They are scary and weird, and when they sing to me about carrying me around with them wherever they go, it's freakout city. So, when Portland's goth pop ensemble Soft Kill unveiled the Harryhausenesque nightmare of "Death In The Family," narrated by Bones up there, I about jumped. Following up last month's "Borders Comfort", the new video makes the most of it's minimalistic creepiness, backed by a hypnotic rhythm and chilling melody. Soft Kill is currently on tour promoting their debut LP, An Open Door.
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