BLOODYWOOD – Gaddaar
La heavy band indiana Bloodywood ha pubblicato oggi un nuovo video tratto dal singolo “Gaddaar”, primo estratto dal disco d’esordio “Rakshak” la cui pubblicazione è prevista il 18 febbraio 2022. Registrato a New Delhi nel bel mezzo di un temporale, il brano vuole evidenziare come la classe politica sia solita a diffondere odio per ottenere voti e come ci si possa ribellare per venire fuori da questo schema. La band – i cui video sono già diventati virali su YouTube – utilizza la sua pagina per parlare di cause sociali che gli stanno a cuore.
“Gaddaar” blends the band’s signature traditional Indian folk sound with rap metal and blindingly heavy instrumentation. Speaking about the new single, BLOODYWOOD say: “It’s been a while since our last song, so we wanted to come back heavy with ‘Gaddaar’! It’s a song that’s aimed at a complete separation of religion and politics across the world. Everyone deserves equal rights and equal treatment at the hands of their governments no matter who and how they worship. We’ve seen the use of religious and divisive politics globally in recent years and it needs to be spoken about”.
“It’s the first single we’re releasing in the build-up to the album because musically speaking you’ll hear something familiar, but there’s also enough to hint at the evolution of our sound. That’ll become evident across the release of the next couple of singles and the album itself. We gave the album everything we had and can’t wait to unleash it all” the band add.
“Gaddaar” is released ahead of the band’s debut album “Rakshak”. Speaking about the upcoming record, BLOODYWOOD say: “Rakshak means ‘protector’ or ‘guardian’ in Hindi. We’ve always been as passionate about the message of our music as much as the music itself, and our goal has and always will be to make a positive impact in people’s lives and on the planet. Musically we’ve taken more than a few risks and pushed the limits of our sound both vocally and instrumentally. Besides having a few songs with our signature sound, we have also experimented heavily by writing our fastest, heaviest and angriest music yet while also incorporating elements and instruments from genres that lie on the other end of the musical spectrum”.