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Jarost Marksa

Jarost Marksa

Jarost Marksa


Ярость Маркса (Jarost Marksa; "Fury of Marx") are Antoine Durand (vocals, guitar), Ivan Kuznetsov (guitar), Nikolai Vasilyev (bass) and Mikhail Sokolov (drums). Antoine is originally from France but he moved to Moscow, Russia, in 2005, where all the other members of the band live. Over the past years he got disillusioned with western society and the capitalist system. His search for like-minded people led him to Russia, where he met Nikolai, Ivan and Mikhail in an anarchist commune. Read more on Last.fm
Ярость Маркса (Jarost Marksa; "Fury of Marx") are Antoine Durand (vocals, guitar), Ivan Kuznetsov (guitar), Nikolai Vasilyev (bass) and Mikhail Sokolov (drums). Antoine is originally from France but he moved to Moscow, Russia, in 2005, where all the other members of the band live. Over the past years he got disillusioned with western society and the capitalist system. His search for like-minded people led him to Russia, where he met Nikolai, Ivan and Mikhail in an anarchist commune.

They created Jarost Marksa, a communist black metal project. Their sound ranges from slow melodic riffs to furious and fast black metal blast beats. Their debut is an EP called "We the People", released in 2008. Lyrically their music deals with violent revolution to establish a communist society.

They also made a black metal cover of the famous Soviet World War 2 song "Svyaschennaya Voyna" (Sacred War) which was originally performed by the Red Army Choir of Aleksandr Aleksandrov. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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