Texas, This is a state that has given legendary bands such as Drowning Pool, ZZ Top, Pantera, At The Drive-In, Blacktop Mojo, and now…. Post Profit! This Alt Rock Quartet is making waves with their latest track that is also the main course of discussion for this article!
As a fan of music first a reviewer second, we are looking at ‘We’re All Monsters’ a social commentary piece created by Post Profit that is a very thought-provoking song that is melodic and heavy and riffy to the very foundation.
All in all it’s a concoction of success in my eyes and is such a good sounding song outside of the thematic standpoint, and just overall a really well put together rock song.
Let’s take a quote from the band on what the song means:
“We couldn’t be more thrilled to announce our new single – “We’re All Monsters”. This song was written about a universal concept: that we as humans are not perfect. We make mistakes, and we hurt each other. Most of us have a closet full of skeletons, so to speak. When something bad happens to us, we often look for somewhere to place the blame. For most of us, that’s much easier than accepting our faults. This song begs one question of humanity – how can we be better people? In a world where it seems everyone is only out for themselves, sometimes it’s difficult to see where humility and civility should fit in. We want people to understand that it’s okay to accept your faults, make changes, and not let your faults define you.”
– Post Profit
With that said, It’s always inspiring to find artists who want to pose the tough questions and make it catchy enough to spark the hearts of listeners. With such a powerful song already released the bands upcoming album entitled “When You Think It’s Right It’s Always Wrong” due to release February 25th, 2022, can only pack more amazingly sounding and thought provoking tracks.
Contrast CTRL is super excited for this album to release and will give a review when it’s ready!
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