As previously reported here at Stargazed Magazine, The New Death Cult (described as a cross-over between Queens of the Stone Age, Biffy Clyro and Pink Floyd) released their debut single “Light Spills Over” in February this year. Now they are back in full-force, with their second single titled “Zeitgeist”. Band leader Alpha comments: “Zeitgeist is a full-on protest song against the deconstruction of  human rights that is currently happening all around us, through  warfare, environmental displacement, the proverbial stranglehold of  fear-fueled propaganda in mainstream media and how it effects digital  surveillance and the increasing monetary and corporate enslavement of  the younger generation. To make a change, we have to put our thoughts and words into physical motion, and let our universal love be the force that dismantles the big machine that is surely on its way to turn us all into dehumanized cookie-cut slaves of its own design. It’s very George Orwell’s 1984. Musically, the song has a very dark but catchy chorus, while revealing a stupidly cold and mechanical main riff with the lyrics being the focal point.”

Watch the video for “Zeitgeist” here: