Wednesday, December 15, 2004

 

After All, What Could Be Cuter?

Go on and ask yourself, what could be cuter than Mary-Kate and Ashley? Well, how about if they played folk music? Not only that, how about if they were white supremacists? It is in this spirit that I give you Prussian Blue.



The girls (Lynx and Lamb) took the name for their duet after the color of the residue left behind in the gas chambers from Zyklon-B canisters. Totally cute, right? What's even cuter is the interview that National Vanguard--the press arm of the National Alliance--did with them about their new album. In it, our two Aryan princesses explain the meaning behind some of the songs off their new album, Fragments of the Future. You see, most of the songs are not original, but rather clever folk adaptations of hatecore tracks by bands like RaHoWa (Racial Holy War) and Skrewdriver, like the song Victory Day. That track, the girls say, "was origionally recorded by Rahowa. My mom said she always thought that it should be sung by children. This is one of Matt Hales favorite songs and we think of him when we sing it. We trade off singing on this one and both sing on the chorus."

Another doubtless classic is the track Sacrifice, a song that "is an original that Lamb wrote with our mom. It talks about the sacrifice that so many men have made for their race. We mention Ian Stuart, Rudolph Hess, Bob Mathews and Dr Pierce. It is sung from a perspective that it is in the future and our Cause has been successful. Lamb sings the main part and Lynx sings on the chorus." Can this shit get any cuter? So cute it would make Hitler weep and/or pop a tent pole! Check out the track Victory (not to be confused with Victory Day), which is, according to Lynx, "a song that Lamb wrote all by herself. the song is set in the future when we have won."

You can read the whole interview for yourself here. If there's one thing you can glean from it, it's that they get a whole lot of ideas and support where they should: their mother! Also known as "Odin's Shieldmaiden," Lynx and Lamb's mom is a regular on the Stormfront messageboards. In fact, that's the place where she broke the news about their name. Unfortunately, no one told the other band already using the name Prussian Blue.

Ultimately, no one can tell where this musical life will lead Lynx and Lamb, but I sure know where I'd like to see it lead. It can be summed up in two magnificent words: snuff porn. [UPDATE: After hearing "I Will Bleed For You," I'm beginning to think this might be possible!]

I now leave you with a few words of wisdom from the girls themselves: "A lot of young people like to dress in a way that gets them attention because they don’t know any other way to feel proud of themselves and special. Sometimes the way they dress doesn’t make them look as attractive or handsome as they could be. We think that they should work to look as good as possible by working out and dressing nice to show that people who are White Nationalists are not scary, but good people. The way that you look and act is activism in a way because you represent your family your beliefs and your race. You are a walking talking advertisement and our young people are the best advertisement so they need to realize this."

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