Saturday, October 16, 2010

Tokio Airport

Since we all have been enjoying our primitive French synth wave as of late it seems the time is right to drop this, what may be the most essential release of the genre, Metal Boys Tokio Airport. The album was the result of a collaboration between seminal Metal Urbain members and a mysterious English woman simply named China. Oh so French nihilism, archaic drum machines, itchy bitchy guitars drop you into one of the coldest, campiest listens of your life. Anal probe now, but later we dance. Enjoy.



6 comments:

evil scientist said...

This is the shit, thanks! Sounds like Suicide's debute on crack.

Ratface the Klown said...

Fishheads fishheads roly poly fishheads, fishheads fishheads eat them up yum!

Anonymous said...

Totally stoked to see this posted here, though I've known about it for long before I first rode the Hearse- if you like this, check out Metal Urbain's brutal synth-punk "L'Age D'Or" or post Metal Urbain band Dr. Mix and the Re-Mix's "Wall of Noise", a collection of ultra-distorted covers which delivers on that title in spades and tarot cards.

Check out Metal Urbain here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_HMXbk3g08

Anonymous said...

This is weird as hell. I love it. Essential listening, this, and some of the lyrics are just insane and hilarious. Thanks!

Dr. Pete said...

This is officially the most fucked up thing I've listened to, and I can't stop listening to it.

Zack said...

Can you repost this with a good download link? Thanks!