Constructs of the State starts off with all the rage and fury that could be expected from a band returning from an absence with a gutful of piss and vinegar to spew. This fresh outlook is evident on this, their third full length studio album. Also, turns out, I would have been wrong! This creates a unique musical conglomeration as each track tends to take on a slightly contrasting sound based on the contributing artist. So a while back, I tossed around the idea of writing what was basically a think piece about how there continue to be loads of awesome bands with a variety of interesting influences emerging every year, but for the old guys who grew up on early 80s hardcore, there didn't seem to be anything new to sink our teeth into. From front to back Constructs never lets up, thrashing from one massive moment to the next.
Nick Gregorio Nick Gregorio lives, writes, and teaches in Philadelphia. While it does differ from previous albums, it maintains the fundamental sound, delivery and core themes. Packaging All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Third, each individual band member had a long and storied career in underground, radical leftist, antiestablishment music—and some with drug and alcohol abuse, recovery and relapse. Copying of any material without the permission of FunkySouls. Included, along with the eleven new tracks are two cover songs. Leftöver Crack — System Fucked 2:54 5.
The 13 tracks are a sonic assault, laden with the fiercely overt political and socio-economic lyrical content the band are known for. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands. Leftöver Crack — Corrupt Vision 1:28 8. Here's a download link for you if you want the songs. He also writes and serves as guitarist and vocalist for a Philadelphia punk rock band. Leftöver Crack — Vicious Constructs 3:56 12. Leftöver Crack — Amenecer de los Muertos 3:18 13.
Jesse Michaels of Operation Ivy lends his legendary vocals to this tune, which will likely excite any punk fan past or present. The album also boasts contributions from a who's who of the punk world including members of Operation Ivy, Crass and Bouncing Souls, just to name a few. The recognizable guitar distortion and feedback, wailing like an alarm over top of blistering fast drums right before the gravelly, labored vocals of Sturgeon kick in. Leftöver Crack — Slave to the Throne 2:22 6. Although the wait was long this is one case where it was truly worth it! So, while the sound is still familiar this seems to be a turning point for the band.
Although the wait was long this is one case where it was truly worth it. From front to back Constructs of the State never let's up, thrashing from one massive moment to the next. Leftöver Crack — The Lie of Luck 3:37 10. The second half of the album has just as many gems as the first half. After over a decade of waiting, this album meets almost every expectation.
Last Legs Blackbird Raum cover 9. Dramatic and powerful, this is a biting indictment of the United States tempered with a bouncy, fun ska vibe. Don't Shoot Until You See the Whites of Their Skin 3. Standard fare for the initiated but from there on, things get a little less familiar. From the scratchy vocals to the upbeat, slamming instruments, I love everything about them.
All right angles and power to the people. Leave it to Leftöver Crack to have the ability to pull at heartstrings with their musicianship while ripping your guts out with their often bleak lyrics sprinkled with their brand of brutal truth. . These guys embody the reasons kids were told to stay away from punk rock. Leftöver Crack — Archaic Subjugation 1:19 2. They made the records teenagers hid from their parents. Protection Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
Leftover Crack are a scarce commodity in the music world, having generated a sub-genre which was completely unique. Second, as far as punk goes, Leftöver Crack is the realest of the real deal. And finally, above all else, they have some real shit to say and they goddamn say it. The War at Home Intro5pect cover I don't care if the label hates me for uploading this. Within their musical tapestry this makes perfect sense. Considering their politics revolve around a want for total freedom, it not only matches their body of work, it matches their ethos.
Leftover Crack seems to be back on track Alliteration! A Leftöver Crack conversation really can only be held after a certain set of facts are laid out on the table. AnarchoPunk royalty has been pretty quiet on the album front since releasing their ska-core masterpiece, Fuck World Trade back in 2004. It's like if Bad Brains or Black Flag grew up hooked on Ritalin. But think pieces are dreadful, so I didn't write it. Shout-out to David Crainshaw for uploading the dropbox. This issue is, now that a half-life of musical fandom has passed, the majority of their fans who threw middle fingers to the world listening to Fuck World Trade are now in suits and ties and looking back at their punk days in teary-eyed nostalgia—or laughing about it. They are the best because this was released on 27 November, 2015.