TUSCOMA: Decibel Magazine Premieres “The Importance Of Being Vogue” Video By New Zealand Metal Trio; Third LP


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Watch TUSCOMA’s “The Importance Of Being Vogue” HERE.
Wellington, New Zealand black/avant metal trio TUSCOMA will issue their third album, Gu-cci, in late June through Landmine Records, the label formed by members of Blindfolded And Led To The Woods. With the record’s release date closing in, the band presents “The Importance Of Being Vogue” through an official video, which today makes its premiere through Decibel Magazine.
TUSCOMA’s Gu-cci was recorded by Evan Pope at Studio 11b in Mount Maunganui, New Zealand, mixed by Chris Johnson at Electric Bunker in Boston, Massachusetts, mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music in Cornwall-On-Hudson, New York, and completed with photography by George L Clarke and design by Kurt and Olga Williams.
The video for Gu-cci’s second single “The Importance Of Being Vogue” was directed and edited by TUSCOMA bassist Craig Leahy, with cinematography handled by Stellar Reid. Guitarist/vocalist Kurt Williams reveals, "'The Importance of Being Vogue' is a much-needed day-to-day ideology for humanity. Without fashion, who are we? It was the last song written for the album and tied all the fashionable themes together."
Decibel Magazine writes in part, “So many questions. So, so many questions the new video from New Zealand avant black metal noiseniks TUSCOMA brings to mind. We won’t bore you with all of them, but the title of the track accompanying said video, ‘The Importance of Being Vogue,’ is certainly obtuse. Is it an in-joke, a reference to Vogue magazine or just a bunch of words put together to give the song a title? Listening to its relentless, pulsing throb and semi-shrieked/shouted vocals without the visuals of the video there’s no apparent fashion tie-in/reference—sounds like shoegazey/noisy avant metal.
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