In a parallel universe, Earth is a vast desert. Humankind suffers from an unknown and incurable disease, surviving only in a few, unpleasant cities. Lovecraft is living there, writing rural ultraviolent crime novels. The Comte de Lautreamont has had his glory days as the singer of a heavy metal band. Syndrome WPW also lives in this world. He's hiding away in a damp cave with his rifle slung over his shoulder, waiting for the end of the world as he adapts the work of Henry Purcell for vacuum tubes synthesizers and overdriven guitars.
Hope is no longer part of this world.
"Resurrection Aboiements" is Syndrome WPW's second album. With this record, Syndrome WPW has reached a new level in his exploration of his own idiosyncratic genre. The spirit of punk rock and heavy metal put into an electro outfit. The precise, impeccable production strengthens the violence of intention. The vocoded voices cry out in a rebellion against culture and rock'n'roll. Synthesizers efficiently replace electric guitars ("Breaking the Law",
post-apocalyptic cover of Judas Priest, "CLT"), but relax when rage makes way for reverie ("Futur de Reve", "Insurrection Contemplative").