Derek Miller is the first to admit it. During and after the recording of Reign of Terror, Sleigh Bells' the guitarist/producer felt like he was in the bleakest of pits.
Somewhere between playing shows and lending their music out to countless movie trailers, the noise-pop duo Sleigh Bells have already managed to write and record their new album, the follow-up to last year’s Reign of Terror and their third LP in four years. Show More Summary
When I won a giveaway from Mom+Pop Records, I’d never heard of Sleigh Bells. Mainly, I’d entered because I wanted to win the “Varsity” 7-inch by Smith Westerns, whom I’d recently stumbled upon. Other goodies from Metric and Neon Indian were also included in the package, and I will get to talking about those records […]
Brooklyn noise pop duo Sleigh Bells announced that they have a new album on the way. The EP, titled Bitter Rivals, will drop Oct. 8 via Mom + Pop. It’ll be their third full-length album, following 2012?s Reign of Terror. The group also released a music video for the title track off the new album [...]
Sleigh Bells at Terminal 5 in 2012 (more by Chris La Putt) Abrasive pop duo Sleigh Bells have announced that the followup to 2012's Reign of Terror is called Bitter Rivals, and it will be out on October 8 via...
Derek Miller and Alexis Krauss ready another Reign Of Terror.
25 Sleigh Bells – Reign of Terror Comeback Kid – Sleigh Bells Sometimes I have these weird dreams where Alexis Kraus is seducing me by playing “Comeback Kid” in a flannel onesie. I wake up hating my life. S 24 Andy Stott – Luxury Problems Andy Stott – Numb A beautiful body of cutting edge experimental [...]
Brooklyn-based noise-popsters Sleigh Bells are back in the studio. Even though they’ve spent most of the year playing festivals, touring in support of their most recent album Reign of Terror, and opening for the Chili Peppers, they’re still guaranteeing a new album for 2013. Show More Summary
Sat 19 Jan 2013 Out here for the 2013 Big Day Out, Sleigh Bells will tear through the country in a reign of terror (appropriate then that their most recent record should...
I bought Sleigh Bells‘ latest album Reign of Terror back in February when it first came out, and for the past six months, I’ve listened to “End of The Line” almost non-stop. The song is incredible, and the music video, which I’ve been clamoring for ever since I first heard the song, finally made its [...]
Love this song, love the nightgown and fingernails, but they really need some helmets! The electro-rock-pop duo's second album, Reign of Terror, is out now. Elsewhere: Amanda Palmer and the Flaming Lips' NSFW video, "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face," and Florence Welch and Calvin Harris's new single, "Sweet Nothing." --- See more posts by Edith Zimmerman 0 comments
Sleigh Bells has released a new video for their song “End of the Line” from their sophomore record, Reign of Terror....
Sleigh Bells' "End of the Line" from Reign of Terror has an appropriately melancholy music video, directed by the band's Derek Miller along with Gregory Kohn. In it, moody footage of Alexis Krauss is juxtaposed with clips of she and Miller riding bikes. Subscribe to Pitchfork.tv on YouTube here. Sleigh Bells hit the road with AraabMuzik this fall; check out their dates here.
Sleigh Bells have released a music video for one of the best songs on this year’s Reign of Terror, “End of the Line.” Sleigh Bells’ own Derek Miller directed this… Read more articles like "Sleigh Bells: “End of the Line” Video" on Pretty Much Amazing.
Here’s the clip for Sleigh Bells’ glistening Reign Of Terror cut “End Of The Line,” a scenic visual that finds Alexis and Derek vogueing hard while riding BMX bikes. You could screencap this one for days, folks. Sleigh Bells’ Derek Miller and Gregory Kohn direct. Watch it below. Reign Of Terror is out now on [...]
Since the release of Reign of Terror in February, Sleigh Bells have been virtual road warriors, touring with artists as varied as Diplo, Hot Chip and The Red Hot Chili Peppers. This fall will be no different as they are taking AraabMuzik out as touring partners for a U.S. trek that will keep the band occupied until November....
Following the release their sophomore album,Reign Of Terror, an album that picked-up the baton from where their debut Treats left off and turned the dial up to 11 with glossier production, slicker melodies and the beats that did a one finger salute to standardized BPM, Sleigh Bells are on fine... Read the full story on DrownedinSound.com
If you haven’t bought Sleigh Bells‘ album Reign of Terror yet, please do because it’s so damn sweet. They’ve finally released a music video the standout track, Demons, it’s way cool. That being said, they really need to make one for End of the Line because it’s by far the best song of the year!
Brooklyn aggro-popsters Sleigh Bells have been busy touring their latest album “Reign of Terror” for a good 4 months now but today, they took a short break to release a [...] No related posts.
The video for Sleigh Bells' Reign of Terror cut "Demons", directed by the band's Derek Miller along with Gregory Kohn, features slow motion headbanging and crowd-surfing, filmed at Sleigh Bells shows in Omaha, Oklahoma City, Dallas, and Houston. Show More Summary