Another NYHC classic from the 90’s era to close off the ‘Demons Run Amok 17th May 2013 releases’ coverage. This record was originally released on Too Damn Hype records, but a year later already reissued with a remastered and remixed sound on Century Media. An immediate success for this album. Although the band already released some songs on demo-tapes and a 7inch on Inner Journey starting from 1990. All very hard to find releases.
Then the B-side starts with an explanation of moshing for those who are unaware and think it’s hurting each other.
The last song that’s remarkable is “America the ungrateful”. Also a song that’s relevant to this day. About the wars that USA civilians need to fight in after being drafted. And the negligence of the government to help them lead a normal life when they return hurt or traumatized.
Anyway I’m glad to have this mid-nineties NYHC classic. Not as great as the youth-crew NYHC or the other mid to late 80’s NYHC bands, but still worth acquiring for your collection. And it’s also available on orange vinyl and black vinyl at the label Demons Run Amok.