Industrial Avant-Garde With Roots In The 80s Hits The Air Howling With Down From pMad
Released on Valentine’s Day, pMad’s new single covers the deep subject of emotional abuse at the hand of a partner. Leaving one feeling dejected and with the foundations of self-esteem undermined, recovery from this collision of souls can be a life-long process. Because memories are formed by emotion, we typically remember the shocking and disturbing things the most. This is why emotional assaults are so devastating, where-as some can live in their minds alone and ignore these sensations, others can only live in the constant waves that don’t seem to stop. The song is a conscious reminder for all the listeners out there to take care of yourself and protect your energy, learn how to build that mental wall and don’t forget the gate. Influenced by bands like The Smiths, The Sisters Of Mercy, and Suicidal Tendencies, pMad’s brand of alternative gothic rock reaches listeners old and new.
A juicy bassline begins the music with a groovy guitar sound that follows quickly after. The drumming hits straight away and leans forward with the oncoming verse lines. Paced lyrics holler into the darkness with reverb and warmth to greet the kiss of cold shadow. Chunky industrial guitars build through the messages to lever the rock attitude in an upward direction. As the chorus hits, layers of melodic guitar and motoring chords coalesce in a draughty swagger of rhythm. Progressive elements give the mix a shifting sensation as the instruments jam in precise motions across the firm and solid bassline. Dancing in underground club bars and pushing the legal limit on the motorway, this is a song for adrenaline and joining in.
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