The Fabricators Get Weird With a "Honeymoon in Venice"

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Drafty alternative punk ambles down a dank alleyway in the Fabricators' new tune "Honeymoon in Venice".

Coupled with a relatively NSFW video, this edgy track shrieks, schizophrenic and raw, with riotous restraint.

Draw lots to find out...

Who comes, who goes and who stays.

It's the end of days.

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"She told me that she loved me in two-thousand and three..."

The Fabricators subvert their own lyrics throughout "Honeymoon in Venice," souring the lot to a sordid shade of green.

A tumble of drums violently reacts with squealing guitar licks amid graveyard echoes. Rhythm scrapes up against aggravated bass notes, painting dreary tones over an audible expanse. Words repeat in phrases as if self-reflecting before culminating in torrid screams. Call it a breakdown of sorts.


Though the lyrics casually allude to positive experiences, it's the dark side that rings loudest in "Honeymoon in Venice."

You can fully imbibe this song as an experience by pressing the button below. Whether or not it all makes sense to you has no bearing on how likely you are to love it.

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