After setting up shop with “Soviet Official“, Apathy and O.C. come through stomping like Godzilla on the rampage with the heavy“Live from the Iron Curtain” . Taking cues and references from the late 80s political movement by the late Gorbachev (Google for more info), the listener gets bombarded with dope bar after dope bar from the duo.

As Ap opens the floodgates on “Live from the Iron Curtain” with a blistering verse : “”I’m the best alive/ Lines electrifyin’ like Tesla/ Survivin’ the test of time and you in line buyin’ Ke$ha/ Rob you blind with a nine, what a bind when they find you in pine with a spike through ya spine/ And I spat in the spot where they left ya.”

O.C. comes through on the second verse with that veteran slickness that he is known for “…The pair strikes with emblems in the skies we intended, there is nothing like us and if there is then its infringement. I’m back in the trenches so fasten your seatbelt and brace for the ride of your life as I start the engines…


“Live from the Iron Curtain” is the 2nd instant grat track available for download off the iTunes’ pre-order for, Perestroika. The 12 track LP includes features from Celph Titled, Slaine, Jus Cuz and more, and also boasts production from Moss and ILL-INFORMED. The album becomes available for stream and download, as well as all physical formats (CD, vinyl and cassette) on September 22 via Dirty Version LLC. Head over to the Demigodz online store for various pre-order options, and bundle packages.


Album Pre-Order/Bundle Packages (Smart URL): HERE


01. Live from the Iron Curtain

02. Tomorrow Is Gone (feat. Slaine & Kappa Gamma)

03. Soviet Official

04. Winter Winds (feat. Marvalyss)

05. Covey Leader to Raven

06. No More Soft Shit

07. Gorbachev

08. The Broadcast

09. Perestroika

10. STOMKILLCRUSHMODE (feat. Celph Titled)

11. What It’s All About

12. Globetrotters (feat. Jus Cuz)



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