Panzer Paradise gives you his new and last album “Do They Still Dream in Heaven” where he fires vaportrap at us like it’s Modern Warfare. This is Panzer Paradise’s Magnum Opus and Swan Song…
Lofi drums and bass boosted beats rattle for a minute only to melt into computer haze ambient. Panzer Paradise knows what he’s doing, the tracks are short and straight in your face – perfect for the Mountain Dew fueled gamers. No need for a long attention span here! Dive into a world where the 2000’s blend into a crazy sonic mix. This is a soundtrack for Kazaa, Facebook groups and Flash – press F in the chat.
Do They Still Dream in Heaven is a thematic continuation of Panzer Paradise’s last two albums, Panzer Paradise says about the main theme:
“The biggest influence for the album is modern internet culture. Internet culture has been a part of my life for a lot of my life and I’ve gotten to see the internet evolve over the past decade-plus into something completely different than what I knew it as, for better and for worse. The way that the internet constantly puts people, ideas, jokes, fads, etc. in and out of favor is really interesting to me. There’s good and bad to it. I wanted this album to mimic that chaotic ebb and flow of the internet.”
Panzer Paradise (USA) has been making and releasing music since 2016. They started their career by making a beat tape every month and have also released two full albums; Night Deposits and Heat Death. In daily life Panzer Paradise likes to collect old video games, which is where a lot of the inspiration for his last and final album, Do They Still Dream in Heaven, comes from. The name “Panzer Paradise” comes from the Sega Saturn game “Panzer Dragoon Saga”, which they always wanted to have but is extremely rare.
In terms of musical influence, Panzer Paradise was inspired a lot by contemporary producers in vaportrap and otherwise, such as Blank Banshee, Vaperror, Yung Sherman/Gud/Whitearmor, Landfill, Shamana, Tomppabeats, etc.
Do They Still Dream in Heaven will be released on May 21st 2021 as Atomic Yellow and Black vinyl record, Toxic Green tape, MiniDisc and Compact Disc with obi strip.