The new album by one of Belgium's leading melodic hardcore bands. With over 400 shows (including lotsa tours and festivals like Groezrock, Rock Herk, Rockfest, Riorock, Ieperfest,...) and various releases this band has built up a loyal fanbase and created a solid live reputation!
Homer has spent most of the month december at the Motormusic Studio in Mechelen to record their fifth album The Politics of Make Believe. This album was recorded by Mattias Vos and mixed at Motormusic by Dutch producer Huub Reijnders. Mastering was done at the famous Westwestside Studio (Thrice, Mastodon, Baroness...) by Alan Douches.
This fifth album is - without any doubt - the darkest, most angry and impressive album the band made so far and is lyricwise a reflection on all things that had an impact on our lives the last couple of years... The world is suffering and it's not easy to have an answer for all these global changes which infect our daily lives. This general feeling is kinda personalised on the new Homer album and reflected in both lyrics and music. If you combine the energy and melody of punkrock with the aggression of hardcore and add a whole lot of rawk and roll to the mix, you might get an impression of the homer sound!
Digipak cd release // Ltd edition Vinyl release on 180 gram coloured vinyl with extra insert sleeve.
CD and LP have DIFFERENT ARTWORK!