MP3 Shrine for the Black Madonna - Inferno
Explodes with sound then drops to a carnal whisper, trinkets for the Dark Queen of Heaven. Haunting, fiery, beautiful.
18 MP3 Songs
ROCK: Punk, ROCK: Hard Rock
inferno (în-fûr´no) noun
1.A place or condition suggestive of hell, especially with respect to human suffering or death: the inferno of battle.
2.A place of fiery heat or destruction.
SHRINE FOR THE BLACK MADONNA combines the dense pop-pathos of early Motown with the keening fury of the Sex Pistols; the molten funk of electric-era Miles Davis with the psychedelic crunch of Led Zeppelin. On its two sprawling debut CDs, Paradise and Inferno, the band delivers postmodern folktales of blind faith, ruined love, sexual longing, and social rebellion in the age of Katrina and Iraq.
Snaking through the bedrock are traces of noise, soul, punk, mutant disco, metal, hip-hop, and dub, fired with melodies from other eras and beats from around the globe. By turns startling and seductive, the songs evoke a carnal, kaleidoscopic borderland where the day before yesterday meets the day after tomorrow.
Rising from this vortex is the Black Madonna, mythological patron saint to the troubled and the troublemakers, whose mission of relentless creation and destruction is given compelling new voice. From these stormy elements, Shrine for the Black Madonna has conjured something original and addictive.
"Atomic weight between 186.2 and 190.2... soars like lark''s tongue." - Village Voice
Featuring Jared Hassan Foles (guitars), Meret Koehler (drums), Jairus "Jazz" Odums (bass), and Brian Tate (vocals).
Shrine for the Black Madonna proudly supports:
RAINN: The Rape Abuse Incest National Network (https://www.tradebit.com);
GRAMEEN FOUNDATION: Empowering the World''s Poorest People