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"Spiritual Cramp comes to the Bay Area in a time of need. San Francisco has always been a haven for artists, musicians, punks & freaks. But here, in 2017, these types have become more offhand than on–lesser, as if that side of our culture has been tucked in, put to sleep. But, no matter how much polish is applied, no matter how clean they try to make it, there will always be danger in the city. What we’ve learned from this big change is that existing in an affluent society can feel just as oppressive as living in a disadvantaged society, especially if one doesn’t fit certain criteria of the dominating class. Rock ‘n roll has always reflected disgruntled youth and its rockers often create sounds that are mimetic of their inner state–what is experienced in the day-to-day. For their first release, rightly named Mass Hysteria, Spiritual Cramp relates this state of unease in a seemingly at ease system. The sounds borrow from the past, echoes of late 70’s, early 80’s working class rock ‘n roll / punk, which function on the upbeat, showcasing very bright guitars, yet generating darker vocal rhythms, darker patterning. Punk music and its sensibilities are all exemplified here, just as much in the visual as in the beat. “Violence keeps me up at night,” Vocalist, Michael Bingham repeats. And later, “My friends are alright.” Much of their inspiration has stemmed from UK77, Reggae Music, DIY/ hardcore / punk culture and ethics. Most of all from artist friends in the Bay Area and simple objects we find in the streets: a broken TV, telephone wires, that seemingly unimbued message that’s written on the wall. These quieter, more subdued artifacts somehow seem to say a lot about our experience, but when taking on this music, there is an urgency that portrays life in the city, life as a punk, life as of now." Track Listing: 01. All My Friends Are Out Tonight (Alright) 02. Tenderloin 03. Wrecking Machine 04. The Ice Age Isn't Fucking Coming https://deathwishinc.com/products/spiritual-cramp-mass-hysteria
Track Listing: 01. I Can Tell You About Pain 02. Eve First Press: 1000 x Opaque Red (#3) - Deathwish Exclusive https://deathwishinc.com/collections/converge/products/converge-i-can-tell-you-about-pain-b-w-eve https://deathwishinc.eu/products/converge-i-can-tell-you-about-pain-b-w-eve 1000 x Opaque Blue (#5) - Kings Road Exclusive https://kingsroadmerch.com/converge/view/?id=12135&cid=71 https://eu.kingsroadmerch.com/shop/view/?id=11445 1000 x Transparent Purple (12) - Converge Exclusive
Projekt Terrror posted a topic in Sale/Trade/WantsHi guys, what's up? I apologize in advance for my English, but it is not my language. my name is Simone, I want to sell this rare copy of ax to fall in the beautiful format clear w/colored shards. I put the recordon Discogs, but if you want to haggle here, go ahead. for any information write here and I'll be happy to answer. Thanks for the attention
hello, i am almost near finishing my collection of End of a year (self defense family) collection if you have the following for sale, please contact me: Split with Red Tape Parade 7" The Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Emanuela Orlandi 7" More Songs About Transportation and Intercourse 7"
I have for sale the 2012/2013 Touche Amore 7" box set #35/200, in excellent condition, each 7" only played once right when it arrived. I don't want to sell it but I need $$ for my upcoming high school reunion and would like a true fan to benefit from my loss. $70 ppd, includes the 4 7"s, all the goodies inside each 7" sleeve and the original red shipping envelope. I will NOT accept as a GIFT because I want this sale to be legit, I will also provide a tracking #. You can view pictures on my Instagram @mama_schiele85 Thanx, Mandy