London, United Kingdom’s Vivienne Cure explores the dimly lit fringe of “Paranoia” – check out the YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tK5QEfOte8Y
Boasting electric lo-fi percussion and seething metal elements, Cure’s vocals haunt the melody. “Paranoia” is a TV set to static before the paranormal comes to reclaim. It’s a sanity-questioning anthem, set to stun. Cure takes no prisoners; a siren in a lake of rushing industrial hard rock water. It captivates and claims the oxygen in the air, leaving you gasping for more.
The British born Cure is both a musician and visual artist. Her tenure in the arts bleeds together the elements of experimental soundscape doom metal and alternative gothic.
“My collection of musical works lay at the centre of a vortex of swirling fragments of deeply personal memories driven by my inner war and reaction to society’s underlying sadness,” Cure says.
Listen on Spotify here: https://open.spotify.com/album/50UEOGOQx5C44KDTzouh0B
With projects featured with Kerrang, NME, Clash, and MTV, Cure continues to deliver tasteful, dark aesthetics with an eccentric horror appeal. She is the one creeping into your mind when your inner sanctuary blinks blankly, seeking refuge in someone else’s understanding. Cure cuts through the mundane, and sears life back into the void. Her lyrics invoke, provoke, question and answer.
Heaven is sweeter
Vivienne Cure is a testament to the amalgamation of hard rock, industrial, and gothic beauty. Her music is the passageway between the real and what could be. She taunts you with what you know to be true. And then challenges you to question if it’s “Paranoia”.