Genre: Hardcore / D-Beat
Label: D-Takt & Råpunk Records / Distort Reality
Here we have something more passable in one respect, at least if one is familiar with Scandinavian Ηardcore, in which case he will appreciate accordingly. English punk, Discharge type, that is, cut and sewn to the measures of the North, D-beat, a pound of riffs, Disclose and Anti Cimex nostalgia and the like, Totalitär as well, marrying with emphasis on the latter (“Avgrundens Hus” could have been in ‘Ni måste bort!’ let’s say), since fellow citizens, they probably belonged to the aforementioned attempt of nostalgia for the 80s and 90s of the recent years, quite old-fashioned, however. What can be said beyond them; It’s loud, it’s wild, it’s organic, take it and do whatever you want, fan-focused and very successful on it. Last year’s, 2012 that is, ‘War Tjard’ is also interesting, perhaps due to production it convinces more and does not tire.