DARK YEARS FROM NOW - Release Rage Against The Machine Cover "Bulls on Parade"

Experimental Groove Metal project, Dark Years From Now has released a Rage Against The Machine cover "Bulls on Parade".

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“Using the blackened aesthetic of Dark Years from Now and applying it to a groovy hip-hop influenced track was a leap I found most appealing. Changing up the funk guitar riffs with low-tuned and macabre generating shards of brutal metal was a must. I also used the opportunity to display my ‘turntable guitar’ skills by keeping the record scratching solo in its true form. And for your information, the black metal voiced protagonist at the throne of DYFN actually shares a commitment to the cause of social justice and Rage Against the Machine’s music has been instrumental in that awareness.” - Dan Potter

Based in Vancouver BC, this sonically diverse act is the brainchild of multi-instrumentalist Dan Potter. Using heavy barrages of thrashing poly-rhythmic riffage to whip up intensity levels, DYFN descends into abstracted darkness and forges a sonic blueprint filled with endless possibilities. Guitars are driven to their most extreme by incorporating experimental approaches in technique and composition which serve as a perfect backdrop to the deep, chaotic experiences brought forth lyrically as dark riddles are wretched out with harrowing screams.

The debut self-titled LP by Dark Years from Now was released in 2019. Whether through it’s the pulsating industrial metal edged aesthetic or the dense layers of electronic instrumentation, each track offers a world of intriguing sound and substance. Unafraid to take a non-linear approach, many of the songs are forged with abstract intent even using the words as yet another aural paintbrush, obscuring to reveal. Four of the eleven tracks are instrumental in nature providing more time for listeners in the churning abyss of variable perception.