Lucifer Star Machine’s “Censorshipped” Comments On Freedom Of Speech

Lucifer Star Machine has returned with the single and music video ”Censorshipped” in which the German five-piece shares their views on censorship and freedom of speech. ”Censorshipped” is the first single leading up to Lucifer Star Machine‘s fifth studio album Satanic Age, which will be released during the spring of 2023 on The Sign Records. The video for “Censorshipped” is directed by Mike ”Fox” Foxall.

Tor Abyss from Lucifer Star Machine explains:

We‘ve written this song during lockdown around 2 years ago. Musically we wanted it to be right in your face with a singalong vibe. Kinda like 90‘s Death Punk but with a modern twist. Lyrically we wanted to express our views on cancel culture and censorship in general. We live in controversial times where natural laws like freedom of speech are being put to the test constantly. It‘s important when living in a democracy, that we can endure different opinions. This is a song about the protection of liberty and individuality.

Upcoming live shows:
Fri 21.10. Mannheim (7er)
Sat 22.10. Bremen (Zollkantine)
Thurs 17.11. Regensburg (Tiki Beat)
Fri 18.11. Lichtenfels (Paunchy Cats) w/Warrior Soul
Sat 19.11. Töging (Silo1)
Sun 20.11. Hamburg (Hafenklang) w/Turbo AC’s
Fri 25.11. Berlin (Wild At Heart)
Sat 26.11. CZ-Prague (Club 007 Strahov)
Thurs 8.12. UK-Canterbury (Lady Luck)
Fri 9.12. UK-Brighton (Pipeline)
Sat 10.12. UK-London (Water Rats)
Sun 11.12. UK-Birmingham (Scruffy Murphy‘s)

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