No honeysweet melodies and mellow synth-sounds but brute Industrial merged with cynical lyrics against everything moving. With their album 'Wut+Zorn=Revolution' (Anger+Rage=Revolution)
give a new definition to Industrial-Metal. Iron noises and dirty analogue synths meet distorted walls of guitar-sounds and martial marching rhythms lead by a dark, deep voice.
What originally constituted Industrial - rebellion, aggressive sounds of steel, staccato rhythms and a doomy atmosphere - is reawakening to new life with Jesus And The Gurus
. Industrial, Metal, Electro and bombastic soundscapes merge into a brute storm of sounds, carrying the typical signature by Jesus And The Gurus
. Thundering drums invite to a stomping dance into the downfall. Drastically and mercilessly Jesus And The Gurus
settle the account for the consumer's society, the political situation and the music-business. Their self-ironic lyrics on 'Wut+Zorn=Revolution' question the corrupted compromises of the dumb masses. The provocative band is the sting in the flesh of the harmony-indigent Swiss. Because instead of trying to seem neutral Jesus And The Gurus
scream their opinion out loud.