Meet the Apocalipsis

They're smart. They're sweet. They're pretty. They're multitalented instrumentalists and singers. They're twins. They're loving sisters to the new baby in the family. They beat neocon radio talk show hosts at their own game. They're just twelve years old. They make beautiful, soaring, harmonious music together -- music with a pro-White slant. They're the daughters of National Vanguard writer and activist April Gaede. And they are the most talked-about duo in the burgeoning Euromusic scene: They are... Prussian Blue.

"These gals will be breaking new ground, and will also capture the imagination of young boys and girls all across the world. The impact could be huge and their influence will encourage 'copycats' ...creating an entire genre of pro-White music. ...I'm hanging on the edge of my seat with anticipation."

The early release of a sample from the song, “The Stranger,” a musical adaptation of a Rudyard Kipling poem, is causing quite a stir on the racialist music scene, and has the potential to cross over into the mainstream “alternative” rock scene

IS THERE ANYTHING CUTER than two identical twin twelve-year-old girls who have a band together? How about if they dress in matching plaid skirts—that ups the cuteness quotient, right? And what if they perform folky versions of classic racist songs by bands like Skrewdriver and Rahowa? Whoa! Now we are heading into the cute danger zone.And the best part of it all? These girls have the talent to back it all up. They sing like angels, harmonize like only siblings can, and are more adept at their chosen instruments than most one-hit-wonder crap. "Disco punk," you say? "New wave of necro metal?" Those are passing fancies. Prussian Blue are doing nothing short of trying to change the course of humanity. Ladies and gentlemen, we give you Lynx and Lamb, the girls of Prussian Blue

Please tell me the significance of the name Prussian

"Blue.Part of our heritage is Prussian German. Also our eyes are blue, and Prussian Blue is just a really pretty color. There is also the discussion of the lack of "Prussian Blue" coloring (Zyklon B residue) in the so-called gas chambers in the concentration camps. We think it might make people question some of the inaccuracies of the "Holocaust" myth".

"Sacrifice: This song is an original that Lamb wrote with our mom. It talks about the sacrifice that so many men have made for their race. We mention Ian Stuart, Rudolph Hess, Bob Mathews and Dr Pierce. It is sung from a perspective that it is in the future and our Cause has been successful. Lamb sings the main part and Lynx sings on the chorus."

"I Will Bleed for You: This is a song originally done by Ken McLellen on his Betrayed album. We recently sang this song to audition to play at a local event and everyone loved it. The act that auditioned before us was a group of pretty White teenage girls dressed like whiggers with baggy pants and their hats on backwards. They did this horrible cheer dance to rap music. They really weren’t very good but it was a big contrast when we set up and played our own instruments and sang. Everyone looked at us like they couldn’t believe it. When we sang we sang to those girls as they stood and watched us: "I see you all around me, I see the apathy in your eyes, Knowing not what it means to be free, watching as the white flame dies, It means nothing to you, pride is an unknown thing…"

Rudolph Hess, man of Peace/He wouldn't give up and he wouldn't cease/ to give his loyalty to our Cause/Remember him and give a pause