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'The Independent Music Show Magazine'/December 2018
Lana Blac - Suck You In - Copyright - Featured Artist
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Genre: Goth Rock Metal
Location: New York USA.....
The punch of thrash, the lyrical mysticism of doom, the monastic stylization of goth rock and the angular grooves of industrial music. Individually each one of these heavy rock subgenres is a force to be reckoned with, but when wrapped together in the epic new single “Suck You In” by up and coming metal singer Lana Blac, they make for a hybrid that will literally destroy anything that comes in its path. Blac’s debut album Nocturnal is a leviathan of an LP; its content is diverse, multilayered and exotically packaged in a firm but generously well-produced format, and this song perhaps captures its acerbic artistry better than any other in its track listing. Defined not by its booming drums or gruff guitar, “Suck You In” is a testament to Blac’s skills as an original songwriter and surprisingly agile singer in a genre sadly dominated by replicators in as of late.
The relationship between the bassline and the drums is a major focal point in this track. While the bass is fine with hanging back in the shadow of the guitar and generating the gravity in the grooves, the drums are impatient and competitive, trying everything they can to stamp out the effect of the other instruments. In this sense Lana Blac is sort of like a sonic referee – she’s keeping everything moving at an even pace through her simplistic execution behind the microphone, while the submissive bass and the abusive drumming create their own set of theatrics to entrance us and keep us glued to our speakers.
Lust, betrayal, revenge, and independence are prominent themes that rise from the ashes as Blac stalks and propels her way through Nocturnal. A rocky, ruinous, but ravishing relationship is the focus of “Recipe for Disaster”. “The Game” is a sexy, but strong MF, while the spellbinding vibe of “In The Darkness” is a perfect track for Halloween.
“Blac Ice” chills and thrills with monster movie organ notes, baroque harpsichord runs, and sinuous guitar motifs. The shivery instrumentation is an uneasy bed for Blac’s winding vocals to lie in, as she builds to a vocal crescendo that’s full of regret. She’s looking back at a past relationship that’s broken beyond repair, ruefully sighing, “You will crash and burn / for what you did behind my back / Deceit – I’ll show you how it feels…”
The reflective “Soul Stalker” amps up the alt-rock with supple, but lurching guitar and bass lines, subdued drum beats, and simmering cymbals strikes. The song splits into a different personality midway through with shouted vocals and more lumbering pace.
Closer “Crave” sweeps by with more romantic (and maybe morbid?) sentiments as Blac sings bittersweetly about her love, “I know… that nothing will ever last / I want to hold your hand / from now to the grave / I want you, I love you / It’s you that I crave.”
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