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'To Live Vicariously', the sixth album by Kiss The Anus Of A Black Cat, is Stef Heeren's definitive goodbye to the drone folk of before. It's a love triangle between post-punk, industrial and darkwave. It's an album, halfway between heaven and hell; that mesmerizes and is catchy, sounds warm and cold at the same time. K.T.A.O.A.B.C is no longer a solo project; it's a full-blown band. 'I still decide on the final sound of the music, but the other band members can now provide input and influence my choices as well. And surrounded by these excellent musicians, I can just see the band growing.' Stef Heeren and Kwinten Mordijck drew the first sketches of 'To Live Vicariously', Matthias Debusschere (bass, synth) and Jonathan Callens (drums) assisted in bringing colour to the tracks. When Heeren unleashes his demons, cold sweat will spontaneously run across your back. 'To Live Vicariously' changes gear every ten seconds, it's full of treacherous explosions and is by far the most punky album K.T.A.O.A.B.C. has ever made. He smirks: 'My roots are in the punk scene. This album feels like coming home.' 'The fact that legendary anarchist punk band Crass is one of my major influences, reveals a lot about the content of these songs.
Kiss The Anus Of A Black Cat has been a part of the underground scene for ten years now, and it's still thriving.