Whether on record or in a frantic live setting, they managed to suck the air out of the listener. The sound was sincere, earnest, and fun but never funny. Honing their harsh and complex hardcore approach through the years, finding the real challenge in expressing more with less, Lack turned into a fascinatingly rocking outfit fixed on details and the tightness of simplicity in 2005. “The hardcore scene, and the environment surrounding it, has taught us a lot as a band but also as individuals,” drummer Jacob said when ‘Be There Pulse’ was released, “the hardcore/punk network helped spread our music to many parts of the world and gave us the chance to see and experience more than we could have asked for on tour. All that is not something we just put behind us because our musical focus is a little different.
We don’t want to limit ourselves to one particular genre of music. We want to reach people, not just one type of people.” These guys knew how to walk the line and serve music with a message, not a message with music. Singer/guitarist Thomas once said, “Our lyrics are political, but that’s not to say that Lack is a political band. We are not interested in using political awareness to promote ourselves; but if on the other hand we can promote political awareness through our activities, then fine!” After three albums and well over 300 shows, Lack’s members mutually decided that it was the right time to bring the band to an end.
“This band has always been driven by motivation, passion and love for what we are doing,” Lack said, “as of lately we must recognize that motivation is coming short, that inspiration has been drying out and that tours seem to take us down all too familiar roads. We simply recognize the fact that it is now time for the four of us to part ways, move on and let Lack be.” 2) Lack is a solo electronic / industrial / academic techno artist located in North Carolina who has been active since 2011. In 2014. Lack's "Expect Night Work" 12" was released on producer Rabih Beaini's label Morphine.
He is also a member of VVAQRT and Sagan Youth, and runs the Grovl Tapes label. 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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