The Casualty Process

The Casualty Process

 Brooklyn, New York, USA
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The Casualty Process is a Brooklyn based electronic rock project formed by Natch Nadjafi in 2010.
Darkly cinematic soundscapes where raw sorrow and rage burst from searing guitars and analog synths propelled by punishing bass and electro-rock beats.

"To break free and confront the world"-Simpsonia Way Magazine
"Here's a band that's kickin' butt and taking names, The Casualty Process deserve your attention."- Bearly Rambling

Biography

The Casualty Process is a Brooklyn based electronic rock project formed by Natch Nadjafi in 2010 in Tehran, Iran. 

 Darkly cinematic soundscapes where raw sorrow and rage burst from searing guitars and analog synths propelled by punishing bass and electro-rock beats.

After their national tour in 2011, TCP established its base in Brooklyn, as part of the tour they played at Nashville Film Festival, TEDx conferences in Florida and Pennsylvania.

Press coverage includes BBC World Service, Radio Free Europe, Voice of America, Wall Street Journal, National Public Radio, WNYC’s Soundcheck and MTV’s Rebel Music.

The Voices of Revolution project selected The Casualty Process as one of 33 artists featured on an album of revolutionary political music from around the globe.

TCP’s music has been featured in major marketing campaigns by Nokia US, Amazon, and in the 2014 film “Desert Dancer.”

In May 2016, TCP debuted a new line-up before a full house at Le Poisson Rouge in New York City.

Lyrics

Metamorphism

Written By: Natch Nadjafi

Metamorphism

Put it behind, I need to start again
I want to live, somewhere these messes end
It's time to leave, bury the things right here
Look at the worms! surrounding everywhere
Under your skin, they're crawling! don't you care?
Nothing to lose! nothing to heal your sores

Oh, have you ever run away?
Or hidden from the bullets
While they're on your way
No, I never deserved it
Dissolving in the white-fade
It's never been my call

Give me a hand, if you can understand
Where is the road? to get out of this land?
I used to know how could I find the way out
We could be safe, we could be more alive
If there was no fear of having what is mine
Let's leave the town, enough to keep your head down

I know, I cannot live with this
(Oh, how can I live with this?)
Spinning around a circle
And hitting the wall
Oh, have you ever tried it?
Getting rid of your fear
While the guns are armed

words by Natch Nadjafi

On the Ground

Written By: Natch Nadjafi

On the Ground

I can see the light behind the door
Not cold and dark not anymore
In this labyrinth I found myself
This is the day I've been waiting for

I am back on the ground
Back up here to bring you down
I don't care what you are
Take it off that fucking crown

Can you feel the war has just begun?
This is a long day with a midnight sun
I am the casualty that you left behind
Now you don't know, what is on my mind

'Cause this is the calm before the storm

I am back on the ground
Your time has come, count it down
What you are, I don't give a shit
Fuck you up, this is it!

Listen to the calm before the storm

Words by Natch Nadjafi

War of the Others

Written By: Natc Nadjaf

War of the Others
Tonight I will go to the war
I don’t know where is where
That’s too far
Tonight they’ll drag me to the hell
They are here, can’t you here?
That’s doorbell
(if you see me in here,this is not me
not my war and not my bullets in the gun
not my finger on the trigger, this is not mine)

Words by Natch Nadjafi

Discography

IT TAKES TIME - 2015 [5-track EP]
[UN]even - 2011 [5-track EP]
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A Drowning - 2010 [Single]
Code - 2010 [Single]
Where Is My Mind  - 2011 [Single]
Dressed To Kill - 2012 [Single]
We Need To Talk - 2013 [Single]
Back On My Feet - 2013 [Single]

Set List

  1. Reveille 
  2. War Of The Others
  3. Happened To Me 
  4. Of Loving You
  5. If We Were Someone Else
  6. A Silent Hymn
  7. Violet Machine 
  8. We Need To Talk
  9. [RE]action
  10. My Clothes On Other Bodies
  11. U-Elimination
  12. Metamorphism
  13. On The Ground