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Should Total Peace mean a French psychedelic choir with peaceful fellows surrounded by bottles of wine?

Actually KILL FOR TOTAL PEACE (named simply as 'Total Peace' until 2006) seem to be a side project of One Switch To Collision, around an echoic voicemaker D Gage as the frontman, but they are always veiled under foggy psychedelia (even Pan European Recording, the label currently they belong to, keeps silent about their real life). As One Switch To Collision, Turzi, or Service has done, they furiously gained their experience in gigging and tripping in a Parisian antique cellar owned by Oliver's shop in the early 2000s.

With other 'bandit musicale' under Pan European Recording, they have actively appeared on stage over and over, got renowned as aggressive rock performers around Paris, and offered their song 'Psychopedestrian' to the compilation 'Voyage, Facing The History Of French Modern Psychedelic' (released by Pan European Recording in July 2008). Their unceasing effort for psychedelic progressive rock could crystallize into their terrific debut album 'Kill For', released in September 2009.

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Kill For Total Peace Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by DamoXt7942
Forum & Site Admin Group Avant/Cross/Neo/Post Teams

— First review of this album —
3 stars It gives us great satisfaction that they really 'eat the world'.

Mysteriously the points clarified about KILL FOR TOTAL PEACE, an obscure French psychedelic outfit, are that they always play with their violent and aggressive performance, and that they should look down upon everything around them as we can realize by reading their MySpace biography. Interestingly they say only what they wanna say, and they play only how they wanna play - such a performance is absolutely amazing for us audience I feel.

D Gage's hazy lazy fuzzy noisy vocal should be one of the most characterized styles of them indeed - without any suspicion - but let me recommend Sky Over's standing drumming. He can play simply and inorganically, but strictly, heavily, and rhythmically. I cannot help feeling that he does hold all other members, instruments, and band style themselves.

In each song D Gage's voices are very spicy with full of echoic effects and intensive laziness. Three guitarmen fling heavy noisy but hypnotic lunatic riffs all around. Standing drum sounds break the air on and off stage. Their sound and style are more and more aggressive, thickened, but monotonous than of One Switch To Collision - maybe influenced by the soundscape of D Gage.

Thanks to DamoXt7942 for the artist addition.

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