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Abre Ojos – Fracture

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Abre Ojos is no longer simply waiting for change: with Fracture, he demands it.

Faced with increasing pressures from opposing forces, our way of life is splintering under the strain. Things we hold dear crack and fall away. Warring religions play tug of war with our children, endlessly shifting the blame. The bad acid is everywhere. Abre Ojos can ignore it no longer. He twists religious iconography until the halos are handcuffs and the spires are barbed. Fracture delivers us third-eye images of power splintered, hallucinations of entitlement and authority shattered, visions of holy obliteration.

Fracture is not lighthearted eye-candy; it is a pounding, blind-fold-shredding, saw-toothed descent into the petty hells of modern existence. It is a throbbing grinding technicolor migraine of broken transmissions and soul-swallowing oppression. Fracture is not beauty in any conventional sense; it is the beauty of a toppled dictator, or a people who once languished beneath the yoke of a tyrant suddenly realizing they are free.

Secrets of Giza is proud to present to you Fracture, the new DVD by Abre Ojos. The DVD features videos for all 10 songs and original artwork created by Abre Ojos. Full FLAC and 320kbps MP3 audio files are embedded on the DVD and can be accessed on any computer.

Fracture will be released worldwide on December 8, 2014.

 

Click below to see a video the new song “And So It Goes”

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