Making sensitive music in a sensitive world satisfies guilty consciences but solves no honest problems. Hyperbolic proclamations championing infeasible choices; empty righteousness masquerading as awareness. Irony and sincerity are now indistinguishable within a lexicon progressively regenerating upon itself, propelling new eras of communication where no explicit language exists: The boundaries of vulgarity have reached the horizon of etymology.
Stranded in a musical landscape scorched of sentiment, warring creative factions vying for cultural mind share find themselves in shouting matches for an audience that is both more carnal and cerebral than ever before.
Consisting of unconscious raps armored in heavy profanity but imbued with subliminal invocations for truth and understanding, Dark Meat arises in a period where self-actualization and self-image are no longer distinct entities. Comprised of several voices, but singular in sound and philosophy, this collection of Yum Yum songs revels in both nihilism and hedonism, seeking to challenge listeners in the most satisfying ways.