Valentine’s Day Will Never Be The Same Again With JAPAN SUICIDE’s New Longplayer… ‘SANTA SANGRE’

New sonic impulses to activate your senses…

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SANTA SANGRE
New album by JAPAN SUICIDE
Out 14 February 2018
Via Unknown Pleasures Records

Band: JAPAN SUICIDE
Who: An Italian five-piece collective based in the city of Ternieo. They formed back in 2010 with a common love for monumental bands such as Joy Division, The Cure, Nine Inch Nails, and Depeche Mode.
Album: SANTA SANGRE
The band says: “Our new album is inspired by Alejandro Jodorowsky‘s movie and Roberto Bolaño‘s novel 2666 (the book’s themes are manifold, and it circulates around an elusive German author and the unsolved and ongoing murders of women in Santa Teresa, a violent city inspired by Ciudad Juárez and its epidemic of female homicides) all the while moving from echoes of British post-punk to a sound replete with more psychedelic and shoegaze textures.”

Turn Up The Volume says: This is a thrillingly compelling work of gloomy passion and
inky keenness with a dusky, romantic sound and a mysterious vision. It feels like a sci-fi voyage into an obscure darkness. Mythical compositions, bewitching orchestrations and symphony-like arrangements take you to another, phantastical galaxy. Today is Valentine’s Day, maybe you should try black instead of red for a change. Ignore the traditional greedy business and explore each other’s dark side. Dim the lights, light a candle, look each other in the eyes, here’s the soundtrack to a very special and emotional experience…


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