KLOGR: THE NEW SINGLE IN DEFENSE OF THE TAIJI DOLPHINSMarch 21, 2014 0 By skeek
ZERO TOLERANCE is the opening track of Black Snow, the new album of KLOGR
Black Snow is the third release of the Alt Metal band from Italy and it shares with the band’s previous releases (the full lenght debut “Till You Decay” and the EP “Till You Turn”) the common theme of the relationship between man, society and, in the case of Black Snow, between human society and environment.
Mankind has transformed our planet to the point of making it unrecognizable, exploiting exasperatingly all natural resources and animal lives in the name of an economical profit which seems to be never enough to satisfy man’s greed.
The song ZERO TOLERANCE takes inspiration from the dolphins slaughter taking place every year in the bay of Taiji, Japan to talk about the killing and captivity of animals caused by men for unnecessary reasons:
“Greedy man you’re looking for new wealth, what are you gonna do when everything is wasted?”
and declares “Zero Tolerance” in the regards of such irresponsible behaviour displayed by a certain part of human society.
A war of man against man towards that which seems to be an impossible Utopia: an attempt to save what is left of our earth.
ZERO TOLERANCE will soon be released also as a videclip (directed by Davide Cilloni – Eklipse Design) featuring images from a documentary of the non-profit, marine conservation organization Sea Shepherd.
The earning from the first 500 iTunes downloads of the song ZERO TOLERANCE from will be entirely donated to Sea Shepherd.
Download ZERO TOLERANCE from iTunes at 0,99€ to contribute actively to the fight of Sea Shepherd for the safeguard of Ocean Life