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Popcorn from the Grave

by Keiki

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Stab You 02:02
Stains 02:18


The Brussels-based, self-proclaimed "satanic pop" duo keiki is back with its third album, Popcorn from the Grave. Darker and more incisive than previous recordings, it offers 12 short and to the point tracks. This will be the band’s first full-length release on vinyl.

"Popcorn from the Grave" exudes raw indie rock and explores the territories of angry post-punk and fuzz-drenched metal. When the pace slows down, it also sometimes leans towards haunted rock. Their vocalist’s unique voice is supported by sharp guitars, an old school drum machine programmed in step mode only and the supernatural sounds of a theremin. The band has broadened the range of its sounds by adding bass on some tracks. Death and madness are prevailing themes, yet keiki never loses its bitter-sweet touch and the dark sense of humour that has become the duo’s trademark. "Pies & Popcorn", for instance, tells us about the delicious dishes which are prepared beyond the grave (Linda McCartney and Paul Newman, who passed away long ago, still sell a wide range of foods in supermarkets worldwide). "Stab You" succeeds in combining words from both Emmanuelle 4 and The Simpsons. In "Hiroshima-Nagasaki" we learn that, as experienced by Japanese businessman Tsutomu Yamaguchi, it is possible to survive two atomic bombings.

For the first time, two guest vocalists are featured: Pete Simonelli from Enablers (www.enablerssf.com) on "Full Body Wolf" and Eugene Robinson from Oxbow (www.theoxbow.com) on "The Killing Cure".


released September 17, 2012

Dominique Van Cappellen-Waldock: voice, theremin
Raphaël Rastelli: guitar, bass, programming, theremin

Kris Engelen plays bass on “Full Body Wolf” and “The Killing Cure”. Eugene Robinson sings on “The Killing Cure” courtesy of Oxbow (theoxbow.com).
Pete Simonelli of Enablers speaks on “Full Body Wolf”.

Recorded and mixed by Raphaël Rastelli at The Nunnery and Bleu Nuit, Brussels.

Artwork by Gélise.
Layout by Fabienne Bonnoron.

Music by R. Rastelli. Lyrics by D. Van Cappellen-Waldock, except “The Killing Cure” by Eugene S. Robinson & D. Van Cappellen-Waldock.


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