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偏執症者 (PARANOID) Video for “Akumu wa ikitsuzukeru”

Ted Liu

One of the bands we were most stoked to see at this year’s Have a Good Laugh Fest was Sweden’s 偏執症者 (PARANOID), and they did not disappoint! These guys are great people and raging, unrelenting musicians, and we want to share a  video they made for their track on Brain Solvent Propaganda‘s forthcoming compilation LP Crack Your Brain Up. This video is made up of footage from three separate tours they did in Finland, the UK and North America, and it demonstrates why I wish we’d had more time to hang out with them when they were in Vancouver!  Stay tuned to BSP’s facebook page for more info about the comp

 

 

 

Taken from the upcoming ‘Crack your brain up’ compilation LP. Label: Brain Solvent Propaganda.

Recorded in Empire Studio, Frösön, Sweden, June 2015. Engineered and produced by Jocke D-takt. Mixed and mastered by Kenko at Communichaos Media, July 2016.

N.B. this is an extended music video version. The original comp version has a special guest on vocals and it’s mixed and mastered at Noise Room by Shigenori Kobayashi.

Video footage taken from ‘Suomi Saatana’ (Finland), ‘Mangel Ör Die’ (UK) and ‘Jawbreaking Mangel Devastation’ (USA/CAD) tours. Video directed and produced by Emil Bergslid.

Lyric:
Boryoku no shisutemu
Senso no gisei-sha
Akumu wa ikitsuzukeru

Hakai to konton
Shukketsu, kurushimi to shinisaru

 

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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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