For somewhere near twenty years now, Greg Dulli has been the go-to guy for crafting music to fill those dark corners and to soundtrack those creepy moments where there seems to be someone behind you. Whether it is with the distorted, cacophonous rock wailing of The Afghan Whigs, the dark blues of his Mark Lanegan collaboration The Gutter Twins, or the expansive and orchestrated Twilight Singers, Dulli is a master of all things 'noir'. Dynamite Steps is not so much a reinvention of The Twilight Singers sound, but further exploration. Yes, it is going to get dark.
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