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Wargasm Explore The Carnage Of “Modern Love” On New Track

[Photo by: Haris Nukem]

Wargasm are heading into the release of their debut album Venom at full pace with the release of their new track “Modern Love“. The build-up to this moment has been one full of tension and tenacity for the duo. Further extending their explosive universe with every skin-shredding piece of music whilst bringing in more rapid followers with every step they take. It serves as a testament to the chaos that Sam Matlock and Milkie Way have always preached, and to see it all coming even more to fruition is a joy. So far this campaign there has been the glitching “Do It So Good” and the furious “Bang Ya Head” featuring none other than Fred Durst. Now though, with “Modern Love“, we are delving into even more industrial and intense waters.

Sensuality has always been at the center of what Wargasm do, going hand in hand with savagery. It comes to a head on this new tune, which deals with thudding dancefloor beats and white-hot lyrical turns. It’s a late-night anthem, drenched in neon eroticism and sweat-drenched intimacy, but there is more below the surface than you think. The industrial stomps, the rusty chords, the siren call of the vocals, it all equates to a track representing the chaos of opening yourself up to someone in the modern day. It’s dark, dangerous and unpredictable.

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The band had this to say about the song and what it represents in the bigger picture:

“Love is war. Modern love is war. We live in an age where we’re connected by wires and signals and satellites, but we’ve never been further apart from each other. We live in a lonely period of time. “Modern Love” is our answer to the fragility and self-harming nature of love in the 21st century. This is our deranged love anthem. A true Britney moment with a Nine Inch Nails backbone running throughout doused in Deftones-inspired guitars. We’re all in love until we’re not.”

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