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"Every song on this album merges a noisy kick in the head with a pop enticement, as blasts of low fi drums and loud guitar bracket girlish vocals. Then pump your fist, bitch." Best Albums of the Year Rolling Stone
"It's a take no prisoners album. Every track makes me feel as if I could rip my house Show more off its foundation it's one of the year's most potent and unforgettable recordings." Top 10 Albums of 2010 NPR
"Take a vintage '80'sJacksonguitar and strum thick necked power chords. Take a vault of Kurtis Mantronik drum tracks and play 'em on a blown out ghetto blaster. Take a never was teen pop diva and let her howl. Take a look at Sleigh Bells Cheap Beats By Dre rock stars." Best 40 Albums of 2010 Spin
"what the band are so carefully sculpting isn diffidence, it excitement: overdriven riffs, monster beats, and Alexis Krauss layered babble all designed for chain reaction impactmachine gun beatbox, imperious riffing, and sing Monster Beats song prettiness from Krauss. mainly Sleigh Bells stick to their own, new minted sound, and it helps the thrills stay fresh." 16 Albums of 2010 Pitchfork
Sleigh Bellsreleased their sophomore album,Reign of Terror, onFebruary 21st, 2012on Mom + Pop Music. Sleigh Bells toured behindTreatsrelentlessly, opening for the likes of LCD Soundsystem, Hot Chip, Yeasayer and Major Lazer Beats By Dre Cheap before headlining their own shows, many of which sold out in minutes. Packed densely with stomping beats, shreddingJacksonguitar riffs, sinister ribbons of Alexis Krauss' candy coated vocals, and the cries of a pep rally gone terribly wrong,Reign of Terroris a record that, like its predecessor, redefines everything you think music can be.