Ana Kefr | Tonight We Watch the Children Fucking Burn - Single

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Tonight We Watch the Children Fucking Burn - Single

by Ana Kefr

"Tonight We Watch the Children Fucking Burn" celebrates the one year anniversary of the release of Ana Kefr's debut release, "Volume 1." Angry, dark and intense, the song showcases the band's genre-bending trademark.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Progressive Metal
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"Tonight We Watch the Children Fucking Burn" is a digital single released in celebration of the one year anniversary of Ana Kefr's debut release, "Volume 1." The song features the new line-up, featuring founding member Rhiis D. Lopez on lead vocals and keyboards, founding member Kyle Coughran on rhythm guitar and vocals, Brendan Moore on lead guitar and vocals, Alphonso Jimenez on bass guitar and Shane Dawson on percussion.

Musically, the track is the trademark genre-bending sound of Ana Kefr's previous efforts, yet brought to a whole new level. Sonically, it is a mix of death metal, black metal, old-school hardcore punk, classic rock and experimental, progressive rock. The track discusses, lyrically, the history of the Palestine-Israel conflict in relation to the history of Zionism and genocide, touching upon the hypocrisy and duplicity evident in societal attitudes towards the conflict.


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