VIOLENCE combines the dreamy tones of the ’80s and the sound of modern rock music in its biggest format.
Violence’s sonic terrain is forged of melancholic- and transcending tones. The weightless universe draws multiple parallels to The Cure’s “Disintegration”-era, understood and conveyed into a newly interpreted and up-to-date context. The major-scale tones and airtight production (Chris Kreutzfeldt ― Møl/Cabal/Siamese), will besides that create associations to pompous stadium rock bands like The 1975 and Bring Me The Horizon. As yet another spice in the musical cocktail, Violence will add a dash of wildness and carelessness often found in the punk genre. Punk has had enormous importance for the band ― that with more than one hundred European concerts, (including sold-out danish concerts; VEGA, Pumpehuset etc.) ― would categorize themselves as experienced in the underground music environment without blinking. The members were known as the hardcore punk band Woes back then ― a band that has since been shelved in search of a sound that resonates more with the visions of the members.
|Grading||New/Still Factory Sealed|
|Sub Genre 1||Post-Punk|
|Sub Genre 2||Dream Pop|