“The Polemics boys struggle to live an ethical life as privileged members of a quasi-colonial world in ‘Halibut’, a self-described “tasty tale of moral confusion.”
A taste for the uninitiated. A taste for the off-the-cuff. ‘Halibut’ is that rebellion schism for emotional destitution, rising back from the dead.
With gut reveling pace of the guitar chords, the metal-esque vocals delivering with might and beauty, the project is a refreshing additive to the arsenal of your listening mind.
From industrial, punk and hard-rock, just a sprinkling of Polemics will set you free.
A whole album??
Your grave of bliss is awaiting.
Nathan Smith and Jeff Ingle together are Polemics.
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Video for HALIBUT, from CONFLICT EP. The Polemics boys struggle to live an ethical life as privileged members of a quasi-colonial world in ‘Halibut’, a self-described “tasty tale of moral confusion”. Are the burgers spiked with more than malice? What on earth are the boys cookin’ up in the kitchen? And who is ‘Cummerbund’? Trusty host of Emmy-nominated primetime television favourite, or pious Judas of ‘factory farms incorporated?’ It all gets gory for jeff in the car on the way to burger town, and Nathan appears in a meta-narrative to judge himself for lying about his political priorities in the promotional blurb for this video.