Orcus Nullify presents post-punk album ‘Creatures Of The Wheel’ – Out now

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Orcus Nullify presents pots-punk album 'Creatures Of The Wheel' - Out now

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The South Carolina-based post-punk act Orcus Nullify has just released the full-length album “Creatures Of The Wheel”. The new LP was influenced by – and we quote the band – “the current of darkness running blatantly through the United States’ politics (…) this has brought with it a blood red flood of gun violence, inequality and cultural warfare.”

Frontman Bruce Nullify adds: “Society’s eyes are closed tightly shut as it votes in well-branded neo-fascism. This blindness is an abandonment of a government for and of its people. There is indifference and lack of respect towards our fellow man. There’s a struggle between environmental policy and greed. It’s a short, dark road we’re on.”

Orcus Nullify is mainly a solo project of Bruce Nullify and has been active since 2012. Bruce had his start in the mid eighties, playing bass for a hardcore band, Birth of a New Generation (BONG). He then played guitar and performed vocals for a few other local bands in Central Florida. After almost a fifteen year hiatus from music, he returns now with the band name Orcus Nullify – a name that he created for a previous band back in the 90s. For this album the line-up consists of Bruce Nullify and Ant Banister with lyrics written by Bruce Nullify and Leonia Teaneck.

Creatures Of The Wheel is available on all major digital platforms including Bandcamp and Spotify.

Below is the video for “No Justice”.

You can download the album below.

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