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Premiere: Nahash ‘Montreal Terror Corps’

"The harsh and industrial sounds I used as a way to talk about what happens when the harsh reality of neo-liberalism takes over a country that could do very well without it"

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Nahash will drop his 'Flowers of the Revolution' album via SVBKVLT on Friday (12th June). We've got the exclusive premiere of ‘Montreal Terror Corps’ from it below.

'Flowers of the Revolution' includes a collaboration with SVBKVLT regular Osheyack, plus remixes from Elvin Brandhi featuring Kanja from Duma, Gabber Modus Operandi and DJ Plead.

The vocal sample that repeats the words "hardcore like a nuclear bomb" sums up ‘Montreal Terror Corps’ from the album perfectly, the near five-minute cut a razor-sharp bolt of energy built around distorted kicks, clanking percussion and fractured breaks.

Speaking about 'Flowers of the Revolution', Nahash said, "The album was written while researching and reading about the role that the US played in installing dictators in central and south America.

"The harsh and industrial sounds I used as a way to talk about what happens when the harsh reality of neo-liberalism takes over a country that could do very well without it.

"I was reading and watching documentaries about Haiti and Cuba and trying to imagine what those countries would be without any western influence. The ‘flowers of the revolution’ are the flowers that never grew, the fields that were burnt down, the plants that were trampled by boots."

Listen to the exclusive premiere of ‘Montreal Terror Corps’ from Nahash's 'Flowers of the Revolution' below.

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