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Crucified Society


01. Crucified Society | 02. Endless Race | 03. Free Falling | 04. Divided | 04. Mind Kind | 05. Freedom | 06. Final Night | 07. Believe | 08. Truth | 09. Blackened Tornado

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Italian metal group BAD As re-enter the ring with their 3rd full-length album Crucified Society released worldwide on March 17th via Sliptrick Records. With their young, fascinating capable talent on vocals, Dio-alike Mattia Martin, deliver an immense well working mix out of the genre’s proved, traditional elements with a highly crispy, decent modern touch!

Here’s what the band had to say about the release; “We have tried to produce something new in our ears and, we hope, numerous listeners. The genre of the band has had some changes compared to past albums. The band started their musical career inspired by the trash metal with names like Metallica and Megadeth, passing through more melodic and alternative genres such as Alter Bridge and Disturbed and mixing it all with something more sparkling like the Whitesnake and Queensryche. With this album we are trying to move forward with a step that we hope is worth being recognized and listened to. During the production a lot of things happened inside the band, both good and bad personal things for everyone. So many of our reflections have been expressed and we fully see ourselves within these passages. We are happy with our songs and whether emotional or pissed, we write about everything we live and feel around us.

Metal is an iconically strong genre, but to write it you don’t just have to be angry, on the contrary, personally I think we have to “survive” a little or suffer and then take out something really powerful in the music! Music is not formed only by musicians and genres, but from personal lives, happy and sad occasions, this is what gives it it’s real merit.

The cover depicts a future society that we can define as cyberpunk, those who show off do it big! And as you can see from the image itself, the people underneath the cross don’t try to save the crucifix, but cover it with videos and photos to be used to get noticed .. also to say “but look at that kind of jerk” but the concept final is visibility. It fully epitomizes what the song that gives the title to the album says.”

Track by track by Mattia (lead vocalist):
Crucified Society: It speaks of a society now compromised by the world of social networks. Where the population is the victim of a System, in which fame is the only way to be recognized and collecting “likes”, and therefore the esteem of others. The world collapses under this lifestyle and, not realizing it, people end up making absurd gestures to be hated and loved, aspired and envied, advancing in the rank of society with the sole purpose of image. Dignity is less and less and nothing personal and innovative is created, self-destructing. As the name of the song itself says, the “Society of the Crucifixes” is where everyone tries to find the best way to appear, ending all martyrs of themselves.

Endless Race: The song only speaks of a love affair that ended badly. Where the partner, still in love, ends up in desperation and time. (I was inspired by Deep Purple’s Speed ​​King)

Free Falling: The track speaks of the fall of nature, of pollution. What could happen by continuing to fight against our ecosystem that could collapse on ourselves.

Divided: We always talk about society, where the image of a person is everything, but generally neglects his own inner being. Time passes and it takes very little to notice the reality and the falsity of this type of person. Time unites and divides.

Mind Kind: It is a reference to heaven vs hell. Where Lucifer is not always taken for evil. Giving a little glory to those looking for reasons and knowledge.

Freedom: A song for those who suffer and are caught by moments of life where they can no longer communicate. A kind of encouragement to live life in a very bad way.

Final Night: In short words? A sorcerer pissed off with those who tried to kill him. The wheel turns for everyone, when you notice your mistakes sometimes you have only one chance to recover.

Believe: Let’s start to think again about humanity. Personally, I am not a philanthropist, but I seriously hope that someone can improve their lives and that of others with a little justice and just thought.

Truth: A reflexive song with a funny nuance. He talks about his dreams and his ambitions that lead to “risk” in life to get to a next step. But the truth is that only those who are truly worthy and courageous can get there. Having to deal first with the three famous monkeys, here deified, I do not hear, I do not see or speak. One of the five songs written by Alberto that I personally love.

Blackened Tornado: And here we are at the last portion of the album. This last passage describes a moment of depression, insecurity when the only thing you see in your life is the end. The absence or loss of something on which you have bet too much or too little can lead to an emotional discomfort not easy to deal with. I’m not a psychologist but surely during the composition of this album I found myself, I lived it personally, so I tried to faithfully reinterpret this wonderful piece, written by Alberto, in the best possible way.

Crucified Society | Released on March 17th, 2020 via Sliptrick Records

Track listing:
01. Crucified Society | 02. Endless Race | 03. Free Falling | 04. Divided | 04. Mind Kind | 05. Freedom | 06. Final Night | 07. Believe | 08. Truth | 09. Blackened Tornado

BAD As are:
Mattia Martin – Vocals | Alessio “Lex” Tricarico – Guitars | Alberto Rigoni – Bass | Marino De Bortoli – Drums

Band links: Facebook | Youtube | Instagram | On Sliptrick







  1. vianocturna2000

    É com discos como este Crucified Society que se prova que ainda há grupos dentro do metal que conseguem ser criativos e encontrar diferenciados e inovadores pontos de abordagem. E com isso, os Bad As provam que estão a caminho da linha da frente da produção italiana da atualidade …read more

  2. madeinmetal

    A band that may not be spoken around the world but who knows it will know that they are top-notch musicians making songs full of secrets and energy …read more

  3. keep-on-rocking.com

    Insgesamt ist den Italienern mit ihrem dritten Album erneut eine Steigerung, vor allem beim Songwriting, gelungen. Wer also Bock auf gut gemachten Hard Rock/Metal hat, sollte hier unbedingt zugreifen. Es lohnt sich …read more

  4. allaroundmetal.com

    Un disco che non è banale questo “Crucified Society”, coraggioso rispetto quanto proposto in passato dalla band, vario, maturo che cresce ascolto dopo ascolto; un lavoro fatto a misura per tutti i rockers alla ricerca di belle melodie e della giusta veemenza, un mix ben bilanciato che risulta vincente senza “se” e senza “ma” mettendo in mostra una maturità non ancora all’apice ma sicuramente già acquisita …read more

  5. heavymetalmaniac

    Il disco prosegue con canzoni di livello, in cui segnalare la ballad Believe e Truth una canzone quasi rock&roll che mette subito allegria. C’è stata una cura particolare anche nelle tematiche trattate nei testi, dalla critica ad una società sempre più persa nel digitale agli aspetti più personali dell’essere umano. Si percepisce una voglia di cambiamento e di speranza ed è quello che ha sempre fatto l’ Heavy Metal, distruggere per ricostruire. Sui loro canali ufficiali potete trovare anche alcuni video live in cui dimostrano di saper suonare davvero anche se sembra mancare un po’ di “attitude” sul palco, ma i video sono pochi per avere un giudizio esauriente. Sicuramente un loro concerto andrei a guardarmelo con piacere …read more

  6. odymetal

    Quel voyage avec ces 10 titres ! J’y retourne. Quel chanteur ! Quels musiciens ! Vu le rendu général, les quatre artistes semblent avoir trouvé le point de cohésion idéal. Un album varié, sans temps mort, efficace du début à la fin, qui ne pourra que séduire un large public et qui mérite que l’on s’y intéresse. Vous ne serez pas déçu …read more

  7. streetclip.de

    Mit ´Crucified Society´ bekommt ihr den strahlenden Beweis, dass Hard Rock sehr wohl nahtlos in Metal übergehen kann und in dieser Form als Alltime-Fave zu jeder Stimmungslage in jede Sammlung gehört …read more

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