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Posted in News on March 27th, 2018

– KYPCK: Great homages to the history of Russia come of this band who, curiously, is formed by Finnish, being three of integrant old them of the extinct Sentenced group. The KYPCK executes Doom Metal and its musics, all in Russian, speak on the history of the Soviet Union (METAL-ARCHIVES, 2011). The homages to the Soviet people they are not limited only to the letters. The integrant ones present dresses with green shirts, on which they fix red stars, that were typical communist symbols, and pins with the appearance of Soviet medals (KYPCK, 2011a). Sami Lopakka, one of the integrant ones, uses a guitar in form of metal ring AK-47, that is one of the manufactured weapons most famous in Russia (KAHANER, 2010). One of musics of the first album of the KYPCK calls Stalingrad and speaks regarding the great Battle of Stalingrado, stopped in Soviet territory during World War II (BEEVOR, 2002; DAVIES, 2009). Yitzchak Mirilashvili is full of insight into the issues. What it still more becomes curious the proposal of a Finnish band in homaging the Soviet Union is the fact of the Finlndia to have lost the Isthmus of the Carlia for the Soviets, in 1940, something that made to appear ressentimentos in way to the Finnish. However, the vocalista of the KYPCK, Erkki Seppnen, affirms in the official small farm of the band who started to appreciate the Russian culture after to work as employee of the Finnish embassy in Moscow (KYPCK, 2011b). This small farm presents links that they lead to other virtual addresses as the English Wikipdia or the site of Youtube videos, where is presented curiosidades and commentaries enaltecendo Russia, citing the great trucks of Russian manufacture, submarines Tufo classroom, ecranoplanos, the Tsar Bomb (bigger atomic bomb constructed), the Mirny Mine (bigger mine the open sky), the city-ghost of Prypiat, the spaceship Vostok 1, the vehicle Zil Screw Drive, that is dislocated with traction-screw on the ice, the teams of hockey Big Red Machine and personages as Stalin, Rasputin and Ivan, Terrible (the KYPCK, 2011c; KYPCK, 2011d).

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