PowerPlay Magazine UK | We Don’t Drink, We Don’t Take Drugs, We Don’t Have Sex, We Feel Compassion

This short, sharp shock of futuristic noise is very cool indeed. Buzzsaw guitars and punky structures are beaten to a pulp with industrial beats and electronic effects, and the songs are good enough to take the beating. This Italian trio take goth, punk, glam and industrial music and throw themselves at it like a drunk hurls himself at someone who just spilled his pint and looked at his girlfriend.

“Compassion on the Dance Floor” is a sub-three-minute burst digitally processed bile, and is very refreshing. Indeed. The other two tracks on this release, “Fashion Slave” and “Heaven Forbid” are just as punchy. Their music kind of brings to mind Marilyn Manson circa the “Mechanical Animals” album, but attacked by the Wildhearts along the way.

I’d love to hear what this bunch of nutters would come up with if they got their hands on a proper record deal, and would like to put them forward to any prospective labels as something rather unique in the sea of mediocre sub-emo bands you’re having to trawl through at the moment. This is glamorous music for deviants, and it has a brain too. Scary enough for you?

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