Want to release your frustrations?….feeling a built up sense of annoyance with society and political agendas….then stop what your doing, put on your headphones and drown it out with this attack on your senses.
Digital Resistance are a Cardiff based band with an in-your-face agenda. That agenda is both political with a Woke type approach. Their music is reminiscent of an early 90s rock grunge era with spoken word, massive guitar chord stretches and assaulting bass lines. Not only does their potent words punch your gut with intention bu the shear nostalgic sense that kicks in of impactful music is something to behold.
With tinges of vocals echoing ‘Barricuda’ from Heart. Korn and Metallica type instrumentals, as soon as you get the first few notes of any song the intensity is palpable.
Their latest single ‘oligarchical collectivism’ plays on this distress of social constructs and racism with thee most gritty guitar riff yet..here’s a sneak peak…
Other pieces that they have opened to the world include the singles ‘Pillars Oppression’ and ‘Economic Conscription’ .
Again serious late 90,s and early 00,s rock with grit metal bass lines and electric undercurrents that pack a volt through your brain. Even if your not one for political positions the body of energy this music sends is like shockwaves waking you up the moment you listen and almost make you want to know more and go deeper into their depths of speech.
Ana (vocals,drums),Psy(guitar) and Woolf Karger(bass) all have significant moments throughout their music and it’s clear that their expressive outlet on how they feel and what they think are brought crashing to the forefront of their music.
More links and social media on all things Digital Resistance just find below and join the force that is their music.
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