A powerful, emotional, mosh rave anthem comes your way in the form of 'Get Out'. With the current situation in Ukraine it is great to be able to feature BLAZERJACKET who are Ukrainian; Never more so has a song felt so poignant!
Ukrainian dark electro band, BLAZERJACKET is pleased to unleash their new video and single, "Get Out".
The song addresses the ease of being drawn into Stockholm Syndrome and the severity of the consequences. You have to get out of the abusive and parasitic society. By just noticing the first signals, you will feel better.
BLAZERJACKET is a couple of crazy creators who are constantly experimenting with sound. The change in the vector of their art is as unpredictable as our lives. Danceable beats, powerful bass, and crazy synths are always part of any new BLAZERJACKET formula.
With "Get Out", BLAZERJACKET plays in the arena of Dark Electro and EBM together with DIRTY BIRD 13; a band known for inhabiting this territory.
BLAZERJACKET is a resident at the International festival Comic Con Ukraine - a speculative fiction entertainment, annual exhibition and fan convention of computer and video games, TV series, and comic movies in Ukraine.
In 2021, the song "Get Out" was first performed at the Comic Con Ukraine music stage before the official digital release. The band managed to capture the moments of that performance and insert them into the video.
There's nothing quite like a good shouting fest of lyrics mixed in amongst blistering electronics. There is plenty of bass, synths, drums, and aggression to lay out a feast for the soul in the form of musical satisfaction.
This track has a little something for everyone with different hook and loops that will get even the most stubborn person bouncing along to the beat.. There's even a little hint of B-Movie sounds in the form of I presume a Theremin at 2.56 which is a real nice touch.
The track over all has an edge of industrial metal but it really does incorporate a lot of genres influences in to just over four minutes. The emotion and passion in the song is potent and full of life, It's a rare thing to see industrial mosh pits but how I would love to be in one during this track!
If you find the edge of aggression a bit too much, the single also includes an instrumental version which when listened to without the lyrics, feels like a real flex at other artists in the form of mixing together a lot of ingredients and creating something truly outstanding.
It's pieces of music like this that are the sound track the world needs!
Nah... Who cares (about) his principles
Falling down the stairs
And get lost forever from my line of sight
You better believe me
They want to control
You better, believe me
Get Out Get Out - Instrumental version