Corlyx has joined forces with Suzi Sabotage to unveil the gorgeous, dark darkwave thriller “Kill Cave,” the second single from Corlyx’s highly anticipated album, slated for a 2024 release under the Out Of Line Music label.
“Kill Cave” serves as a hauntingly poignant tribute to those on society’s fringes, evoking the enduring tales of enigmatic women who have been historically misunderstood and marginalized. This collaboration seamlessly melds the distinctive styles of both artists, yielding a composition that is both shadowy and enigmatic, simultaneously possessing elements of beauty and the macabre. Within their artistic underworld, darkness converges with the divine.
Suzi Sabotage, renowned as a Finnish songstress who effortlessly fuses dark coldwave with synthpunk, crafts an ethereal yet danceable auditory landscape, occasionally embellished with the haunting strains of the Finnish kantele.
“Suzi Sabotage was my first choice to join us in this song,” gushes Caitlin Stokes of Corlyx. “I love her powerful iconic energy, and she brought some fresh ideas to the song. We had a blast making the music video together, front women rarely collaborate, and I think we need to see more of this…our unique beauty in harmony is powerful and enchanting.”
“It’s been an unforgettable, wonderfully berserk experience to collaborate with Corlyx, especially flying over to Italy to film the music video with them,” Suzi Sabotage recalls. “I handpicked the song myself out of different alternatives because it immediately took my breath away, sounding like a modern darkwave classic. They’re talented, lovely people who I think should become THE name on everyone’s lips in the goth scene.”
The music video, a captivating visual accompaniment that harmonizes seamlessly with the track’s ethereal nuances, emerged from a collaborative endeavour led by director and editor Caitlin Stokes. Stokes skillfully translates the essence of the song’s lyrics into a compelling cinematic narrative. Through her direction and editing prowess, the video paints a vivid picture of a voyage of self-exploration and the process of discarding ill-conceived facades.
Watch the video for “Kill Cave” below:
You can also stream the track below:
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