A political and subversive post-industrial rock album with an interesting mix of classical instruments, guitars, electronic beats, and a small dash of aussie hip-hop.
The main lyrical themes on this album are standing up for minorities, questioning authorities and exploring liberal Christian theology. Realised eschatology (the theology and our song of the same name) states that all biblical talk of end times relates to the present, not the future. Therefore the apocalypse represents metaphorically the things that are wrong with our world including corruptions in leadership, unfair division of power through hierarchical systems, rights traded for the illusion of security, the oppression of minorities etc. In general this is the theme of the first half of the album. The next half deals with the flip side. The Kingdom of God is a metaphor for Love in action, making a difference and reforming this world. Most of the songs are not religious in content, these themes are merely used to frame the political insights explored.
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The album is released under a creative commons licence, which means that you are encouraged to use and share the songs with very few limitations. www.politicsapocalypse.com
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