Magnet Animals : The Call For The Cure (Official Video)

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Magnet Animals : Fake Dudes
Release Date : March 26th 2021

The Call For The Cure

"Modern medicine, Modern medicine lay out your feathered arms again
You saved us in Kansas City,
and again a block west of the unused train tracks in St. Paul, Minnesota
When sadness became not a feeling but a state of being
And when a father worked the veins of his heart closed Modern Medicine
The call for the cure
Time to think maybe this time we’re gonna figure something out this time
That it was getting out of hand
High school kids at the farm,
The volume ascends and all this trying to burn each other down has a predictable end
We get greedy in our self destruction and the rug needs a pull
and a wash down before we can dirty it with ash and bad dancing once again
Time time consider time
The call for the cure
Leaders leaders I don’t care how you got there, heroism is your only chance here
The confrontation with divinity,
inability as the giver of salvation, the body of a fragile sigh, The future of the collective human mind
Is it absolutely true you are only as good as the ones you choose to represent you?
Whats it gonna look like when it comes ?
Sun on the patio where my Grandmother blew up rafts with her hero lungs,
St. Louis arcades and the only time I loved church was when we sang what had to be sung I’d bet its science, Id bet its science
That bites the bad bloomed red bulb on the wicked thorn,
that a thousand feathered arms catch every us falling star in a post bomb war
The call for the cure"

(Todd Clouser)

If ever a moment in history called for the caustic, corrosive rantings of guitarist-composer-poet Todd Clouser and the abstract grooves of his combustible beat-skronk band Magnet Animals, it’s this one. With our collective headspaces dizzied by a nearly yearlong pandemic induced isolation and battered by an unceasing barrage of political insanities, the serrated wit and surrealist insights of Fake Dudes arrives with the kinetic force of a madcap sermon.

Due out March 26, 2021 via RareNoise Records, Fake Dudes reconvenes the geographically scattered members of Magnet Animals – Minneapolis-born, Mexico City-based Clouser, Mexican drummer Jorge Servin, and Abraxas bandmates Eyal Maoz (guitar) and Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz (bass) – four years after their bracing debut, 2016’s Butterfly Killer. The startling dreamscape imagery and throttling grooves will be familiar to fans of that initial outing, though Fake Dudes trades its predecessor’s occasional airiness for a far more ferocious and claustrophobic concoction.

Todd Clouser - guitar and voice
Eyal Maoz - guitar
Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz - bass
Jorge Servin - drums

All songs by Todd Clouser
Music Arranged by Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz and Magnet Animals

Produced by Todd Clouser, Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz and Magnet Animals

Published by RareNoisePublishing (PRS)
Recorded by KB at Testa Estudio in Leon Guanajuato Mexico
Mixed and Mastered by James Dellatacoma at Creative Music and Audio - New Jersey, USA

Executive Producer for RareNoiseRecords: Giacomo Bruzzo
Design and Photography by Mario Rodriguez

© + ℗ RareNoiseRecords 2021

CD : RNR126
VINYL : RNR126LP

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