"The spread of liberty has been detrimental to the world. Everywhere liberty goes, it leaves a path of destruction. Fast food, bad architecture, militarism, rampant greed, environmental destruction, imperial conquest, class struggle; these phenomena, when combined, seem to be synonymous with “Liberty.” So just as they call it “liberty” or
“freedom” when war and greed stalk the land, Ian Svenonius calls his band: CHAIN & The GANG.
For Svenonius, this is another step in a life spent trying to do as little as possible. He’s been seen on stage as a lecturer promoting his book “The Psychic Soviet”, as a singer in the groups Make-Up, Scene Creamers, Weird War, and Nation of Ulysses, and also as interviewer of interesting people on the internet chat show “Soft Focus” on VBS.TV.
Chain & The Gang released their first full-length album, Down With Liberty … Up With Chains! (KLP203) in April 2009, and the 7″ “(I’ve Got) Privilege” (IPU130) in June 2010. As a testament to Chain & the Gang’s dedication to their cause, they put out a second full-length, Music’s Not For Everyone (KLP220), in February 2011."
From K Records
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