THE CHRONICLES OF MANIMAL AND SAMARA – Artists In Sound And Vision

For your eyes

8 April 2022

Early this month sound-and-poetry exploring duo
THE CHRONICLES OF MANIMAL AND SAMARA

dropped another rad piece from their upcoming
sophomore LP Trust No Leaders.

Turn Up The Volume wrote about THE CHEFS SONG : “Another astounding
hellraiser swinging your mind from left to right and back, from Samara‘s sort
of vocal broadcasting performance to Manimal‘s death metal snarls and back.
130 seconds of intimidating thunder-and-lighting brouhaha. A merciless
brainbreaker.”

And here’s the razzle-dazzle video. Another visual
tour de force by two formidable sound and vision artists…

Let’s cook…

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New Spectacular Hellraiser ‘THE CHEFS SONG’ By THE CHRONICLES OF MANIMAL AND SAMARA

Daily electricity to load your batteries

2 April 2022

Band: THE CHRONICLES OF MANIMAL AND SAMARA

Who: London-based duo – Daphne Ang (Singapore) and
Andrea Papi
(Italy) – that fills a gap in music by bringing
literature, art, and history together into a space where
rock and metal meet electronica.

New album: TRUST NO LEADERS
Out: 1st July 2022
Pre-order: here

The duo’s sophomore LP lands about 15 months after their remarkable debut
LP Full Spectrum. The best debut album of 2021 in Turn Up The Volume‘s book.
Review and track-by-track breakdown here.

New single: THE CHEFS SONG
The 4th shared piece from the upcoming LP

TCOMAS “The song is a satirical vaudeville that dramatises the pressures of working
in a busy kitchen in order to shed light on the urgency of the issue of inhospitable and exploitative working conditions in the hospitality sector. What the theatrical comedy of
the song belies is a sinister truth, a tragedy that plagues our modern societies — the
prevalence of modern slavery in the 21st century.”

According to a study by the Human Trafficking Foundation (2018): More than 1 in 10 people who work in hospitality in the world are reported to be working under modern slavery conditions. For far too long, this has remained hidden from the public eye — behind the closed doors of some kitchens, hotels, and restaurants.

Turn Up The Volume: Another new cut from the upcoming full length, another astounding hellraiser swinging your mind from left to right and back, from Samara‘s
sort of vocal broadcasting performance to Manimal‘s death metal snarls and back.

130 seconds of intimidating thunder-and-lighting brouhaha. A merciless brainbreaker.

Get impressed here…

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