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Dark cabaret meets metal and neo-jazz experiments in Dancing Crow's new album

Dancing Crow. New album Mental Plague.

Dancing Crow, a Lithuanian dark cabaret band, has released their full-length album "Mental Plague", and it is available on all popular streaming platforms. 

The band self released it on CD as well. What makes this release stand out is the incorporation of traditional aspects of dark cabaret with bits of dark metal and neo-jazz experiments.

The album may seem somewhat detached from modern reality, but if we take into account bands "madness" concept, it creates a certain semantic integrity. This album is dedicated to anyone brave enough to embark on a strange and playful journey through the album's eight tales of madness.

Lithuanian dark cabaret band Dancing Crow came together after a drop of madness began to unfurl in each members heart. Instead of seeking treatment, they started to make music. Their insanity, expressed in a cheerful cabaret sound, enriched with elements of rock, tries to creep deep into your heart and soul.