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Corporate Avenger


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Corporate Avenger is a band from Southern California, USA. Hear Corporate Avenger’s style change from song to song, ranging from techno to rap to metal. The message has always remained the same: peace, knowledge, and spirituality.

The idea for the band is to remind the listener of their heritage and that life is a sacred gift.

Vocalists Corporate and Adawee have stated in the past that they do not attempt to speak for all Native American people and only speak for themselves, but the band uses their music to reveal the truth about America’s bloody past. Songs like “20 Dollar Bill” and “Christians Murdered Indians” provide historical facts about what was done to the Native Americans at the hands of both early white settlers and Spanish Christian invaders. The group also sings about political awareness in songs like “Fault the Police (I Don’t)” and “Taxes are Stealing”. Another major facet of the bands message is the evil of the major organized religions. In the song “The Bible is Bullshit” the band sings about how the Bible and the Koran are responsible for a large portion of the worlds pain, suffering, and bloodshed.

Corporate and Adawee the Wind, both wear black and white face paint. Corporate, donning a white face with a black cross, paints his face to “symbolize the suffering that his ancestors had received at the hands of Christianity.”
Adawee wears various kinds of paint, all ment to “remind him of his ancestors (the Cherokee Indians) who would paint their face when they went to war, and says that they are also fighting a war; a war of ideas.”


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