Carpenter Brut – Imaginary Fire
Carpenter Brut have just released a new video for the song “Imaginary Fire,” featuring Greg Puciato, who has also worked with the Dillinger Escape Plan, Killer Be Killed, and The Black Queen. The song is taken from their upcoming album, Leather Terror, the second in the “Leather” trilogy, which is set to be released on April 1.
Terminator’s music video is a prequel to Shudder’s Blood Machines
It’s weird to think that the Terminator’s music video is a “prequel” to Shudder’s upcoming sci-fi film, Blood Machines. But, the fact is that both films are based in a largely male universe, and both feature strange women looking for escape. One of the themes of Blood Machines is a desire to merge with a psychedelic, far-flung force. Like the Terminator’s music video, Blood Machines is a visual tribute to a cult act.
It’s a little confusing, but the music video and the film’s soundtrack share the same imagery. The music video is part of the film’s soundtrack, and the score is composed by synthwave artist Carpenter Brut, who also scored the first installment. The music video is a prequel to Shudder’s upcoming film, but it’s still a great reference.
The score for the film’s soundtrack is a collaboration between Carpenter Brut and French filmmaker Raphael Hernandez. It’s a prequel to Shudder’s Blood Machines, and it is reminiscent of a straight-to-video movie, which dominated video rental stores in the mid-’80s. It’s reminiscent of the cheap cash-ins produced by Charles Band, like Metal Storm and Space Hunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone.
The music video for Terminator is part of a prequel to Shudder’s ‘Blood Machines’ soundtrack. The film opens in 2029, and Sarah Connor has been imprisoned after an attempted bombing of a computer factory. Meanwhile, John Connor is living with foster parents in Los Angeles. Two new terminators arrive from the future, one of them sent to do Skynet’s bidding.
Carpenter Brut’s “Widow Maker” is unapologetic in what it is
While “Widow Maker” might not be everyone’s cup of tea, Carpenter Brut’s aggressive synthwave style is undeniably a defining characteristic of their music. The band’s name may be a bit provocative for some, but it’s entirely in line with the group’s overall persona. The song is epic, and the layers of sound are dazzling. It’s almost enough to make you feel like you’re in the middle of a short film!
Carpenter Brut’s “Leather Teeth”
After surprising fans with the digital release of his new album “Leather Teeth,” Carpenter Brut has finally released a physical version. The album was met with glowing reviews and support from radio stations like Radio 1, which helped cement the French synthwave producer’s reputation. He has also announced a physical release date of April 20th through Caroline International. Whether or not you are excited about this new Carpenter Brut release depends on your taste.
If you are a fan of dark synthwave, you’ll love Carpenter Brut’s latest album. This dark synthwave album is reminiscent of early Master Of Puppets’ “Sunday Lunch.” It opens with an eerie vaporwave-influenced intro and features prominent bass and cheesy guitar. There are also a couple of acoustic guitar tracks and a synth-based lead track.
While a solid album, “Leather Teeth” isn’t as consistent as Carpenter Brut’s previous work. While there are moments of mellow, soulful songwriting, there is plenty of fun to be had with this album. The songs are bouyed by the album’s groove and dynamics, and you’ll be sure to be satisfied with the final product.
Carpenter Brut’s sophomore release has been a welcome surprise for fans of synthwave. Their second ep, “II,” was released a full five years ago. The singer of the band Hacride, Carpenter Brut aims to bring more muscle and balance to synthwave than the average synthwave artist. A highlight is the track “Beware the Beast” where a guest vocalist reminds you of Meatloaf.
Carpenter Brut’s “Le Perv”
Despite the title, Carpenter Brut’s ‘Le Perv’ is a love song with a complex and interesting structure. This song is written in the minor key of F, and in the Theorytab database, it ranks eighth among all keys. Popular music is often written in minor keys, and F Minor is no exception. The most important chords in this song are built off the first, fourth, and fifth degrees of the scale. These are the C minor, B minor, and D minor, with the F-major chord built off of these scale degrees. Despite the complexities of the song’s structure, it does have some unique features that are worth noting, including melody guides, melodic complexity, and chord-melody tension.
Carpenter Brut’s “Imaginary Fire”
In case you missed it, French synthwave legend Carpenter Brut has announced that their forthcoming album, Leather Terror, will be released on April 1. To celebrate the occasion, the band has released a new video for the track, “Imaginary Fire.” The song is a massive synthrock anthem and features a vocal performance from Greg Puciato, the vocalist of The Dillinger Escape Plan and The Black Queen. The lyrics capture the eerie beauty of an apocalyptic trip.
The band has collaborated with Greg Puciato on the video for “Imaginary Fire,” and both artists are releasing albums in 2019. After releasing Mirrorcell in June, Puciato is currently touring with Alice In Chains guitarist Jerry Cantrell. The band also recently released a video for “Witch’s Dream.”