Bust A Move’s first album “There’s no Place like Home” tells the story of a man searching for home, affiliation and identity. Ripped out of his familiar surroundings, contaminated with abominable thoughts and driven into despair he tries to find his way in a hypocritical, diabolical world. Where to go, when everything you once loved is taken away? Where to go when the inner demon controls your soul and tries to pull it into a misanthropic underworld? Only the thoughts of something intimate, of his roots, of his home keeps the protagonist alive. It’s the idea that in the end everything will be alright, the catharsis of the damned and that there is a light at the end of the tunnel – this is how he keeps his head above water.
Also Bust A Move are in the struggle for identity and self-realization. Five guys coming from the Ruhr-area with roots deep in the west -and they all stand for one ideal! To compose, perform and actually live uncompromising, heavy music! Their music can be described by somewhat between modern US-Deathcore and groovy Hardcore. Whereas you get brutally crushed by vibrating blastbeats and barbaric shouts, the guitars deal a blow to your stomach again and again. Not even a bit of mercy.
"There’s no Place like Home" was recorded by Aljoscha Sieg at Pitchback Studios. Listeners will definitely benefit from hispounding, powerful and at the same time transparent and organic work on mix and master of Bust A Moves first full-lenght album. The outer appearance of the album is complemented by none other than Rob Borbas aka. Grindesign
With “There’s no Place like Home” Bust A Move created an album which is a symbiosis between relentlessness and benevolence, between hate and love, brutality and catchiness. For all who like truly heavy music mixed with groove – get contaminated!