Heroin In Tahiti

Inspired by the classic Italian spaghetti sound turned into a depressed and paranoid version of the typical twang-surf of Morricone s scores, Death Surf is an hypothetical soundtrack of an old mondo-movie gone bad. The album drags the oppressive heat and bad habits of the Mediterranean to the radioactive beaches of Polynesia, discovering non-existent tribes, invented costumes, misplaced traditions and colonial exoticisms.
Think of drinking a frozen Daiquiri on a solitary beach while watching a poorly tuned TV broadcasting loops of  If You Meet Sartana Pray for Your Death, while Mururoa tests are happening at the horizon.
If this was the soundtrack of the end, it couldn't be more doped.

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