Maqlu | Malfeasance

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Malfeasance

by Maqlu

Nine tracks meditating on revenge, obsession, and betrayal with equal parts abrasive, alternative, experimental and electronic machine rock.
Genre: Electronic: Industrial
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1. Counterfeit
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2. Disco Disgorge
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3. Lucky Paw
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4. Deep End
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5. Fur + Flesh
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6. Say My Name
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7. I Like You Better When You're High
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8. Sapphire
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9. Alabaster (Creep Mix)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
maQLu is Pyra Draculea. All songs written, composed, programmed, and performed by Pyra Draculea. Copyright © 2013 Pyra Draculea. All rights reserved.

Recorded @ maQLu Central. Produced, engineered, and mixed by Pyra Draculea.

Mastered by Scott Fox [tracks 1-8]. Track 9 mastered by Pyra Draculea.

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Manifesto:

If it is to have any future whatsoever, industrial needs to get back to its roots of being uncompromising and making people uncomfortable, not in trying to go for the gloss or being simperingly polite and politically correct.

We desire and deserve authenticity, not apologetics. Better should be more real, and more memorable, not more polite.

Music should affect the mind the way brute sound affects the body.

If you remember nothing but the gimmick—and maybe not even that!— the "artist" has failed.

Do not be afraid to be ugly.

A life spend headbobbing to inconsequential niceties without confrontation is not a life worth living.

And while it is true you can never be prosecuted for nonfeasance, only for malfeasance, remember that at least the evildoer is a man of action, leaving his mark.


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