Shirley Manson did not stand still during the period of the COVID-19 PandemicNow that she is vaccinated against COVID-19, the Garbage vocalist wants to celebrate it big and that is why they made a special announcement.
Garbage Announces New Album Name & Releases Single ‘The Men Who Ruled The World’
Through their social networks, Garbage confirmed that he will soon have his seventh full-length album ready, which will be named, “No Gods, No Masters.”, which promises to be among the favorites of Shirley Manson’s band.
In this way, they also announced the single “The Men Who Rule the World”, a theme that discovers the sound for which they will experiment through this new material and is a song with critical lyrics towards society.
“This is a critique of the capitalist boom, racism, sexism and misogyny around the world,” Manson said in a statement.
The number ‘7’ is special for Garbage
Five years have passed since his last album of Garbage, so after a long break, fans are happy to enjoy the red-haired singer’s voice again.
“This is our seventh album and that numerology significantly affected the DNA of the content: the seven virtues, the seven penalties, the seven deadly sins,” they mentioned in a statement.
“It was our way of trying to make sense of how crazy the world is and the amazing chaos that we find ourselves in. It’s the album that we felt we had to create right now, ”explains the band.
What is the ‘Tracklist’ of ‘No Gods No Masters’
The official video was directed by the Chilean artist known as Javi My Love, who made an animated graphic piece with references to demonstrations and protests around the planet.
This is the ‘No Gods No Masters’ tacklist
- “The Men Who Rule the World”
- “The Creeps”
- “Uncomfortably Me”
- “Waiting for God”
- “Anonymous XXX”
- “A Woman Destroyed”
- “Flipping the Bird”
- “No Gods No Masters”
- “This City Will Kill You”
The DE LUXE edition:
- “No Horses”
- “Starman” (cover by David Bowie)
- “Girls Talk” (feat. Brody Dalle)
- “Because the Night” (feat. Screaming Females)
- “On Fire”
- “The Chemicals” (feat. Brian Aubert)
- “Destroying Angels” (feat. John Doe & Exene Cervenka)
- “Time Will Destroy Everything”