Eve Minor speaks to the second single and video from CorpseFlower’s debut album Shadows Remain, explaining “’Poison’ plays on Romeo and Juliette with a murder suicide. Lyrically it touches on themes of obsessive love with a juxtaposition of brighter melodies. Contrasting with the dark synth pop vibe of the piece, the video showcases performance art which can be interpreted as satire; Paul and I dressed up for a big performance, our last.”
CorpseFlower touches upon themes of corporate greed and capitalist propaganda with the first single from Shadows Remain, “Snakes,” which released October 14th.
…The remedies you spill are worse than what makes us all ill, prescribing different pills, so your pockets fill…
The rebellious pair came together previously to collaborate on industrial metal track, F*ck U in the past, which premiered on loudwire. The collaborative work utilizes shadowy experimental sounds and intelligent thought provoking lyricism echoing from punk roots and rebellious attitudes. CorpseFlower creates an unconventional macabre sound that resonates with every non-conformist.
As a writer, Eve Minor has been involved with anti-establishmentarianism punk bands as well as her own works spawning underground anthems. She’s had slews of successful tours and has created a true cult following of misfits, the militia. Paul Booth, most famously known for brilliant dark surrealism art and revolutionizing tattooing, now sets the soundscapes to house the aggression Minor delivers out of the disdain of a society lost. Forces of dystopian nature on their own, they’ve developed an innovative approach to electronic music that retains its inability to obey both sonically and lyrically.
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