New striking strokes
2 November 2023
Band: PARTS PER MILLION
Who: Hard-hitting 4-motor
engine from Boston.
New single/clip: CTRL ALT DEL
Paul Mcsweeney (vocals/guitar): “‘CTRL ALT DEL’ is about the rise of A.I. and where
we all fit in as things change with that technology. It’s kind of a scary feeling to imagine being replaced in areas where we have always been needed. We’re on the cusp of a revolution that actually may hurt humanity as a whole if we don’t also rethink some of our social constructs and just put people out of jobs that may never return.”
TUTV: Oh my, oh my. ‘CTRL ALT DEL’ is a metallic roller coaster, a mind-bending
hellraiser. Parts Per Million are on a mission. They go after AI with Herculean vocals, massive guitar voltage and smashing drumming. A loud and clear middle finger to
Artificial Intelligence. The slow-fast process makes your head spin, and when
you think you can take a breather, your ears get slammed again in an eye blink.
Thunder and lighting fireworks.
Illegal amount of decibels.
Oh my, oh my. A-1 score.
The accompanying clip for the haymaker is a dystopian music video directed
by Tyler Ayres. It depicts the band slowly being replaced by machines.
Vicious slam dunk.