Vivienne Cure: without me

Vivienne Cure presents a doom metal reimagination of the 2002 Eminem hit, Without Me. The track is significantly different in this new rendition, making it almost unrecognizable while showcasing a distinct artistic approach.

The visual concept of the accompanying video delves into the theme of patriarchal oppression and its impact on modern society. Vivienne Cure goes against societal expectations of female beauty by appearing without hair, waving two human bones, denoting her command over her own life. With a detached attitude, the artist calls into question the narrative that women developed from a man's rib. 

The video reaches a pinnacle with Vivienne's own interpretation of Sisyphus, with blood dripping down her chin as she consumes her own heart.

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