Wage Slavery

by Emergency Bloodshed

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I've had a dream I was an angel The angel of purchasing power Watching the modern man who shops Watching the modern man who shops I'm the result of human avidity I cultivate its frustration to keep myself alive That's why i let some satisfy their compulsive need to pocess While i paralyze the others The different treatments i inflict feed jalousy Jalousy feed frustration And frustration make them pray for my goodwill I've had a dream I was an angel The angel of purchasing power I've had a dream I was an angel Watching the modern man who shops Watching the modern man who shops I've had a dream I was an angel The angel of purchasing power I've had a dream I was an angel Watching the modern man who shops
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We broke the system We broke the system down An earthly wide monster that we fed Despising him 'cuz he led Only thing left is water and breed Media obeys the Money law Pretending being neutral 'save the planet' they say On your guilt, they make benefits 'Be cool' yells the advertisor But the only cool thing i wanna do Is to use your head as an ashtray We had neither bombs nor weapons We weren't on strike, we did not needed to Without pain, without a cry Blood hasn't been shed We broke the system down We broke the system We broke the system down An earthly wide monster that we fed Despising him 'cuz he led Only thing left is water and breed Media obeys the Money law Pretending being neutral 'save the planet' they say On your guilt, they make benefits 'Be cool' yells the advertisor I wanna use your head as an ashtray Economic mechanic ruled by the banks Unfortunately relying on our money So we just had to take it back To see the system collapse We had neither bombs nor weapons We weren't on strike, we did not needed to Without pain, without a cry Blood hasn't been shed We broke the system down Without pain, without a cry Blood hasn't been shed We broke the fuckin' system down
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Here comes the final storm Under a chemical sky Leading to the fuckin' final storm So proud defending honnor And their god blesses colors, blesses weapons The biggest sect ever created Has teached you to exterminate To destroy for your blessed flag To kill in the name of God Here comes the final storm Your family expect to see you comin' back as an heroe But a whole generation is burning Under the flag Did God created Man? Then Evil made him live Cuz' today we ain't free nor equals Lost in a world of war and misery What do we know about love? friendship? respect? What do we know about our rights and about peace? When we threaten our brothers to silence them Man of everywere Man of nowhere What do you know about your chimera? A nation slaughters another one Under our indulgent eyes Man of everywere Man of nowhere What do you know about your chimera? To pillage its prosperity and destroy its traditions It transforms the earth into bitumen It creates frontiers and politics And God? Just an excuse for hate Just an excuse for hate Man of everywere Man of nowhere What do you know about your chimera? What do you know about your chimera?
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Modern Modern slavery For those, stupid enough To crave after the leash Thanks to your salary, they buy your fuckin' body, your energy The door of consumer society is wide open to you If you're ready to sell yourself The system made of Labor its key value To create the perfect jail People must give more and more of themselves To be possessed By things they bought on credit Only to forget And their shitty life that we discredit, they suffer Docile and voluntary From this boring, tiring Humilliation is ok but tolerate no loss For it does not benefit the big Boss The fear of unemployment, a good reason To thank the boss for being generous Towards them How could they see... ...they see the treason? While being sure they could not live without him? Not live without him? Modern Modern slavery For those, considered enough To be given Life without Labor is now unbearable for you, poor slave Because you became a machine, who cares if it's obscene? Wasted time gone forever Labor as value, says the liar To create the perfect jail People must give more and more of themselves To be possessed By things they bought on credit Only to forget And their shitty life that we discredit, they suffer Docile and voluntary From this boring, tiring Humilliation is ok but tolerate no loss For it does not benefit the big Boss The fear of unemployment, a good reason To thank the boss for being generous Towards them How could they see... ...they see the treason? While being sure they could not live without him? Not live without him? Not live without him? Life without Labor is now unbearable for you, poor slave Because you became a machine, who cares if it's obscene? Wasted time gone forever It's a terrible time for the blinds Not for the deceiver It's a terrible time for the blinds Managed by bastards It's a terrible time for the blinds Soon eaten by maggots The fear of unemployment, a good reason To thank the boss for being generous Towards them How could they see... ...they see the treason? While being sure they could not live without him? Not live without him? Not live without him?
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The exploited became a workforce And the labor became a project Every dirty work i've accepted to survive In their wonderland It became a career plan Our bosses became managers And hiearchy disappeared Now we all work in a fantastic team Now we all are a family We had our words stolen Every reason we have to fight We had our words stolen Turned into appealing things I piss on your furor I spit on your optimism You won't fuck me I piss on your enthusiasm I piss on your dynamism You won't fuck me with Your beautiful promises I don't care your fuckin' advancement Bosses became managers And hiearchy disappeared Now we all work in a fantastic team Now we all are a family We had our words stolen The causes we have to rebell We had our words stolen Turned into a likeable world I piss on your enthusiasm I spit on your dynamism You won't fuck me with Your beautiful promises I don't care your fuckin' advancement We had our words stolen We had our words stolen I piss on your furor I spit on your optimism You won't fuck me I spit on your ambition You won't lull me With your soft words, your beautiful promises Don't give a damn your advancement Don't give a fuck your comission You won't lull me with your beautiful promises
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Virus 03:25
A certain virus known as capitalism Takes over our natural and social background Its symptom is called urbanism It's part of the Majority Agreement The Modern world has its background The prison we live in The cage is our reality Collective amnesia leading to a downward spiral But all and any must fit into the fuckin' System For all images Are modeled on Him He who possess us Yet does not live Each piece of land is someone's property Appropriating without felling guilty But this is a social theft, can't you see? Our world is a huge highway for freight traffic Our world is a huge highway Our world is a huge highway The virus is spreading but here comes Emergency The virus is spreading but here comes Emergency Renunciation Resignation The great tragedy of humanity Deprivation Suffocation A system built on fear and insanity Every natural or human obstacle must be destroyed Every natural or human obstacle must be destroyed
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about

Emergency Bloodshed voit le jour début 2006, à Lille. Un EP et un Split CD plus tard, le groupe signe son premier album Tales of Ordinary Violence. Il en assure toutes les étapes de production excepté le mastering, confié à Christian Carvin (Fat Society, Disturb, None Shall Be Saved, In Other Climes). Les treize titres que contient l’album sont défendus sur les planches de la France entière, mais aussi en Belgique, Allemagne, Luxembourg, Suisse, Italie, et jusqu’en Slovénie.

2010 marque une pause dans l’activité scénique du groupe. De nouveaux titres sont composés, ce qui aboutit, janvier 2011, à la sortie de Wage Slavery. Cette fois, la philosophie Do It Yourself est assumée jusqu’au bout puisque l’EP est entièrement produit par le groupe. Il témoigne de l’évolution de son hardcore bâtard, nourri sans cesse d’influences toujours plus diverses. Le désir d’exploser les frontières du genre et la liberté offerte par l’auto-production pousse même la formation à frotter ses riffs au dubstep. Nouvelle voie à emprunter ou simple expérimentation ? Ce sera au public de trancher.

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Emergency Bloodshed was born early 2006, at Lille, in the north of France. After an EP and a split CD, they released their first album Tales of Ordinary Violence. They did the complete engineering apart from the mastering which they entrusted Christian Carvin (Fat Society, Disturb, None Shall Be Saved, In Other Climes) with. The album thirteen tracks were presented on stages not only in the entire France, but also in Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg, Swiss, Italy and Slovenia.

In 2010 they stopped their scenic activity to compose new tracks. It leaded them to release Wage Slavery in January 2011. This time, the Do It Yourself philosophy was completely embraced : the band did the complete EP production. Wage Slavery shown the evolution of the band’s hybrid hardcore. An hardcore feeded by various influences. The desire to explode the genre frontiers and the freedom allowed by self-production even leaded the band to integrate dubstep gimmicks in its music. Is this a new path or just a single experiment? The audience will decide.


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released January 29, 2011

Bass : Arnaud Codeville
Drums : Pierre Facon
Electro : Cédric Ledauphin
Guitars : Cédric Ledauphin, Guillaume Bourdeaud'hui, Fabrice Vincourt
Vocals : Fabrice Vincourt
Lyrics : Fabrice Vincourt, Cédric Ledauphin, Pierre Facon
Design : Arnaud Codeville jarak_p52@hotmail.com
Cover picture : Nicolas Loiseau loiseaunicolas@hotmail.com www.flickr.com/photos/birdyphage/
Produced, recorded and mixed by Cédric Ledauphin c_ledauphin@hotmail.com

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