The Day They Stop Smiling Is The Day We Remember Their Smile
Gekiga Warlord's new album The Day They Stop Smiling Is The Day We Remember Their Smile, out June 8th on Favela Discos. The follow-up to his self-released underground cult classic Seiichis Lament is darker and faster but more hopeful. It slaps you right in the face to help you reach new heights. Described as Gluten fuelled IDM by Marcos Farrajota (Chili Com Carne) and by Gato Mariano as Tetsuo: The Iron Man but with more industrial cocks flying in all directions, Gekiga Warlord aka Diogo Jesus (producer) pictures the album as collage of their own life at the time, as they swung from a depersonalizing work overload and immediately deep diving in a videogame lockdown. I was having daily surrealist dreams, comments Jesus.