A seven-minute report on the Estonian ultra-brutal death metal band NEOANDERTALS which originally aired on Estonian national television can be viewed below. The clip shows:
* how NEOANDERTALS members Rain Pohlak and Sandra Vungi build their log cabin
* how Rain and Sandra plan their off-grid living
* how Rain and Sandra use their old unmodified diesel Volvo 740 to drive with waste vegetable oil.
* Rain's growling vocals and similarity to Neanderthals
* Rain and Sandra's mortage- and loan-free living
* Rain and Sandra life as vegans
* a bass-and-drums NEOANDERTALS rehearsal
The report originally aired this past Tuesday, May 24 on the ETV show "Ringvaade".
NEOANDERTALS' second studio album, "Ebu Gogo Gutting the Child", was released last month through Kunaki. Inspired by Worm & Barnes and an article released in the New Scientist, "Ebu Gogo Gutting the Child" explores the dark side of the little hunter hominid Homo floresiensis, who kidnapped human children to defile and eat them. It was recorded between October 2010 and January 2011 and features Rain Pohlak on bass and vocals and Sandra Vungi on drums. Reivo Orav joined the band after the recording was done, so he is not featured on the CD. The artwork, mixing and mastering was done by Rain Pohlak.
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