RED HARVEST - INTERNAL PUNISHMENT PROGRAM - NAP/CANDLELIGHT
It is not a difficult task inferring the future having listened to Red Harvest's latest mixing of metal with techno/electronic sounds. In an advanced and developed future, people will eat burgers mixed with maple syrup, drink milk mixed with orange juice and marry spouses with confused sexuality. Industrial manufacturers have submitted to the latest trends and retrofitted all cars with two wheels, supplanted wings on aeroplanes with cranes and sell guns with bonus soakers attached. Restaurants cater to their sophisticated patrons by pouring milk over pizza and serving cold, diluting wine with water for a handsome markup and dessert's prerequisite is a topping of ketchup. It is called fusion and is wildly admired by critics. Artists no longer think in narrow-minded patterns. Blues saxophonists are backed up by blast beating drummers, operas feature a medley of Arabic belly dancing and all paintings get the graffiti treatment.
In this brave future, sticking to one form is decidedly passé and so 1989. - Ali "The Metallian"