Unicode +1F648

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    Releasing independently on 24th October, the forthcoming follow-up to Controversial’s 2014 debut ‘Inhuman’ seeks to further drive the band’s mission to deliver a fierce, high-tempo brand of metal that combines a tight, crushing sense of tension with dark, highly emotive themes.

    1. Revelation
    2. Tales of a Shattered Youth
    3. Formicidae
    4. Modern Era
    5. Black
    6. Spellbinder feat. Jens Doelken – Taste of Greed
    7. Unicode +1F648
    8. Conspirist
    9. Behind The Sun
    10. Fault Finder
    11. Depressionist
    12. Despair feat. Alex Baillie – Cognizance

    total length 43 minutes

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The title "Unicode +1F648" is based on the events of a trip to South Africa by singer Jonas Langhammer and describes the struggle for survival in a ruthless society. Parts of South Africa suffers from massive poverty. Especially the gap between rich and poor is very strong. The situation described and experienced in the song is about an Afro-American beggar within an area inhabited mainly by white people. The visibly starving beggar cried, carried a sign on which stood, please help me otherwise I die, amidst laughing, happy people who did not appreciate him any look. For Jonas, who does not know such things from Germany, this was an extremely depressing experience. "And people seem blind they prefer to smile, they prefer to ignore cause we are rotten to the core. Hypocritical mankind". The encoding is the hexadecimal value of the "See no evil monkey".

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from Revelation, released October 24, 2019

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