How to differentiate between the music of Panic Lift and that of Suicide
Commando & friends? Frankly, I don’t know. It’s the same kind of
sharp, very aggressive, heavily distorted vocals accompanied by
electronic sounds (be they fast or slow, smooth or edged) cut up by
various samples. So maybe there is a certain condensation of aggression
and a level of distortion that causes uncontrollable throes in the more
sensitive listeners (also on the dance floor)?
What do you sing about most often? I dare claim the answer is
love. Sometimes also death (actual or metaphorical). And all kinds of
suffering. Sometimes you juxtapose it all (for better or for worse),
combining it with melodies – slow or fast, lyrical or aggressive – to
get… just what exactly? A universal product like a ready-made meal?
Watch out – when it comes to Red Emprez, that kind of approach will get
you nowhere. True, On the Leash talks a great deal about
emotions, but it’s certainly not as simple a creation as some
sentimental romantics would like it to be.
“Rule and Control” is probably the most popular and recognisable song by
Deathcamp Project: it appeals to lovers of smoking guitars, dynamism,
sexy elements, rock’n’roll power and stylish compositions. No wonder
then that it was released as a single – Rule and Control offers
us three versions of the song, so any fan of this musical cupcake will
be fully satisfied. Additionally, you can also hear the album version of
“Another;” both tracks are featured on Well-Known Pleasures, which is to appear on October 13.