First off, you'll be hard pressed to find a more succinct and graceful song title in this years crop of evergreens.
Secondly, very few of the other best songs you've heard this year has such a delightful Sodom influence.
Last but not least, this song has only one purpose: to rip your goddamn face off and well, we think it will.
Give it a spin comrades and if appropriate, post photos of your demolished kissers.
REV001 // THE NEW SINGLE AVAILABLE NOW
"45 revolutions, playing on the stereo. Not one revolution on the street"
In 1914 when the blinkered kaiser kicked off that shitshow WWI the subjects of the Austro Hungarian empire had no idea that the empire had effectively put a gun to it's own head. The whole thing was gone in a couple of years. These things happen. "Empires rise and empires fall." Lots of blinkered kaisers out there right now, eating their own, their right hands stealing from their left hands, the majority slaving away to make ends meet, infected with the venom of lack, the venom of need, excluded from social insurance, pitted against each other by ignorant ruthless infanticidal curb crawler tyrants, while an apathetic minority bathes in the eternal sunshine of a tilting climate, a doomsday clock wound up by the predatory capitalist insanity of this the most dysfunctional mammal, man.
"We live in capitalism, its power seems inescapable–but then, so did the divine right of kings. Any human power can be resisted and changed by human beings.”
- Ursula K Leguin
The New Single // OUT NOW
"Everybody knows that the dice are loaded
Everybody rolls with their fingers crossed
Everybody knows the war is over
Everybody knows the good guys lost
Everybody knows the fight was fixed
The poor stay poor, the rich get rich
That's how it goes
In the present moment, we who believe in the equal distribution of wealth in a egalitarian, ecological direct democracy, we who use gender-neutral pronouns and words like solidarity, moral responsibility, intersectionality and class warfare, we who believe in the marxist dictum "from each according to ability, to each according to need" are on our back foot, on our backs, backed up against the wall, surrounded by enemies, our movement curtailed, our rights violated. It's been clear for some time: the sun is setting on our beliefs.
But we still believe that capitalism is cancer
and we still believe it can be cured.
We still believe that the patriarchy is cancer
and we still believe it too can be cured.
We still believe in the power of art to transform and expand the mind.
And last but by no means least:
We still believe in the total violent obliteration of the one percent.
Blood Red until we're fucking dead