Alex Grace

Massive Attack speak out against music torture

on 18 March 2010


Reprieve’s zero dB campaign was highlighted again this week following the release of Massive Attack’s latest music promo which contains interviews with victim of music torture, Ruhal Ahmed.

Reprieve’s innovative 'silent protest' petition zero dB aims to stop music torture by encouraging widespread condemnation of its use.

The film, directed by Oliver Chanarin and Adam Bloomberg was filmed in Cambridge University’s anechoic chamber and accompanies Massive Attack’s song Saturday Come Slow, which features Damon Albarn on vocals and appears on their newly released album, Heligoland. 

An interview with Massive Attack about their support of zero dB and Reprieve by Karen Barlow of ABC Australia can be viewed here - http://www.abc.net.au/news/video/2010/03/16/2847830.htm

For more information or to sign the petition please visit www.zerodb.org or contact alexgrace@reprieve.org.uk

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