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Experience the Industrial Rap Collaboration BIOLLANTE! “Le Monde Me Revient Crié” Video Premiere

I’m really fucking feeling the experimental industrial rap from French collective Biollante (aka the mutated lizard rose that fought Godzilla in 1989)! I’m watching their new video for “Le Monde Me Revient Crié” and not only is the video visually arresting, but the song is a multilayered sonic masterpiece, combining Non Serviam‘s avant-experimental-industrial-black metal with rap crew Gobscrew‘s aggressive delivery. It’s off their debut album, J’Espère Que Tu Danseras Quelque Part, which will be released on Friday, May 13th by Trepanation Recordings — pre-order it here. After experiencing just a taste of it, I am really excited about the full release. Check out our premiere of “Le Monde Me Revient Crié” below, and read what inspired this collab in the first place.

Faced with the preventive incarceration of a friend following his participation in an antifascist counter-demonstration for having wanted to beat up organized racists and having refused to give his fingerprints and DNA to the cops, we gathered in solidarity to collectively record this song while leaving a place for his verse in order to give him a surprise at his release, each one adding lyrics, verses, vocals, etc.

“Le Monde Me Revient Crié” marks the first collaboration between Non Serviam and rappers (Gobscrew), it will be so fruitful that it will lead to the birth of the Biollante project and its protean first album: J’Espère Que Tu Danseras Quelque Part.

– Non Serviam
Video directed by Void with the help of Lila Minni
Written By

Meghan MacRae grew up in Vancouver, Canada, but spent many years living in the remote woods. Living in the shadow of grizzly bears, cougars and the other predators of the wilderness taught her about the dark side of nature, and taught her to accept her place in nature's order as their prey. She is co-founder of CVLT Nation.

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