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Binge Magick ‘The Purge’ : “Thank you ma’me, and may we have another” in succinct and entertaining absolution.

Binge Magick

With a little of this and that, and a little more, Binge Magick’s ‘The Purge’ wants your soul. It reeks of that palpitating grandeur, while it spews spit from another world of the odd and the quirky. With stylings reminiscent of the goodness that bands like Faith No More, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Beastie Boys hung on their chests, Binge Magick says “Thank you ma’me, and may we have another” in succinct and entertaining absolution. A viral gusto of vibe and nostalgia that just exudes excuses to forget the day-to-day for a moment. Indeed.

The band said that the song was: “A hard rockin story about a man losing his mind during, you guessed it, the purge.”

Whoa. A story about a dystopian future, put in a dystopian dialect in song and rhythms??

Word.

Get in with Binge Magick. They’d sure like to throw a fabulous party with ya.

Binge Magick is Joe Zoeller, Bry Parade, Austin Bullock and Evan Mills. And together they want to *clap*… pump YOU up!

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