Kerrang (Magazine) - p.50
"Their music is glossed with synths and shimmering production....[With] crowd favorites 'Lips Like Morphine' and the infectiously pretty 'Crazy Angel'..."
Q (Magazine) - p.1354 stars out of 5
-- "[S]aved from being rooted in the last century by an army of pounding synthesizers and Devine's way with a sweeping, urgent melody..."
On its second major label outing, UNTIL THERE'S NOTHING LEFT OF US, Kill Hannah presents another sharply honed set of alternative-rock songs that proudly borrow from the sounds of late-1990s Smashing Pumpkins and Placebo (see the propulsive, guitar-laden "Lips Like Morphine"). The Chicago-based group also makes clear nods to the late '80s in its fairly faithful cover of the Church's jangle-pop classic "Under the Milky Way," proving that Kill Hannah is acutely aware of its modern-rock lineage.