Rachael Please | The Corruptor

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The Corruptor

by Rachael Please

Hard hitting heavy rock with a dark electronic flair.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Industrial Metal
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1. The Corruptor
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4:10 $0.99
2. Sloth
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3:44 album only
3. The End of the World (and Not Giving a Damn)
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5:13 album only
4. If I Were Blind
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2:31 album only
5. Tempest
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3:30 album only
6. Purveyor of Destruction
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Corruptor EP contains new singles off the upcoming album, Incest is the Highest Form of Flattery, as well as exclusive non-album B-sides recorded during the same period.

Rachael Please represents one of those rare and gifted creatures within the music world: an artist with the ability to create catchy tunes one could hear alongside well known artists such as Tool or Nine Inch Nails while being challenging to listeners, emotionally threatening to unsuspecting audiences and genuinely frightening to innocent bystanders. Or maybe that puts them in the same camp?

Rachael Please's darkly subversive works explore the apocalyptic themes of death, religion, and sexuality, cutting with an abrasive edge while still possessing the soft and comforting panacea of a mother's lullaby to her dying child.

Industrial music has a new Belle Dame Sans Merci, and her name is Rachael.



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