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THE CHARM THE FURY Issue Lyric Video For ‘Weaponized’ Track
June 29th, 2017

Amsterdam, Netherlands-based metal group The Charm The Fury have released an official lyric video for the track ‘Weaponized’, which can be viewed below.

The band commented: “Love is one of those things songwriters and global media conglomerates just can’t get enough of. You can’t listen to the radio without being bombarded with sappy love songs. You can’t pick up a magazine or watch TV without being barraged with advertisements promising you to become more attractive, better looking, smelling better than anyone else. In short: something the opposite sex simply can’t resist.

“What’s often overlooked is that ‘love’ in the modern age has become an industry, designed in boardrooms, by people looking to push a product or image on you. A tool designed to keep consumers in check. And those that do not fit the norm end up feeling left out and misplaced. Victims of an industry.”

The Charm The Fury issued second full-length studio album The Sick, Dumb & Happy on March 17th, 2017 through Nuclear Blast / Arising Empire.

The Sick, Dumb & Happy was recorded at Wisseloord, ICP Belgium. The mixing was completed by Josh Wilbur with additional mixing by Stefan Glaumann, while mastering was handled by Ted Jensen and Brian “Big Bass” Gardner.

Cover artwork duties fell to Robert Sammelin.

The track listing is as follows;

01. ‘Down On The Ropes’
02. ‘Echoes’
03. ‘Weaponized’
04. ‘No End In Sight’
05. ‘Blood And Salt’
06. ‘Corner Office Maniacs’
07. ‘The Future Need Us Not’
08. ‘Silent War’
09. ‘The Hell In Me’
10. ‘Songs Of Obscenity’
11. ‘Break And Dominate’

The Charm The Fury’s line-up is as follows;

Caroline Westendorp (vocals)
Rolf Perdok (guitars)
Martijn Slegtenhorst (guitars)
Lucas Arnoldussen (bass)
Mathijs Tieken (drums)

Music videos were filmed for the tracks ‘Down On The Ropes’, ‘Echoes’ and ‘Blood And Salt’, which can be viewed below.

Debut solo record A Shade Of My Former Self was released in July 2013 through Listenable Records.

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