A project spearheaded by Pete Mills, The Sweet Kill's recordings are rich with layers of audio ingenuity that invigorate each track and add to the dark, futuristic moods. "Night Terror Creeper," for example, has electronic flair, including a bass tone that suggests a giant, burbling bug creature. The production skills here can't be underestimated. And the track's stately strings and synth sirens accompany Mills' voice, which has the ideal tone for the songs. "Burn" has a more alt-rock stance but has similarly strong and forceful drums. "Evil" has '80s techno elements, vivid imagery and strong sonic propulsion overall, although the dark lyrics are quite light on substance. Perhaps collaborate with a lyricist?
Seeking: Label, Booking, Film/TV
Style: Dark Wave, Electro Rock