Metal Band Mucus Mortuary Release Track About Recycling With Epic Speech [Singapore]

According to Singapore metal band Mucus Mortuary who released a new track entitled Garang Guni:

“This term is used in honor of the men of old who go from house to house to ask for recyclable materials. Their way of life is currently under threat from newer recycling initiatives and this song is a tribute to their way of life.”

The lyrics: Karang guni, Siu poh zhua, leh-lio, dian si ki means “Rag and bone, newspapers, radios, televisions” in Singlish and Hokkien. But wait until the epic rant in the middle of the song ūüôā

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