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    OSEES

    Metamorphosed

    [engl] It seems that every time you turn around, there’s another Oh Sees slab. Long ago we lost all capacity to be surprised that this sturdy unit keeps putting out records and that they’re really good.
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    JOHN DWYER, NICK MURRAY, BRAD CAULKINS, TOM DOLAS & GREG COATES

    Witch Egg

    [engl] Transmission incoming… Alien sound waves have been bouncing off the side of our ship. We’ve managed to capture some of them on plastic. They seem to appear suddenly out of the vacuum. Projected by
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    RULETA RUSA

    Viviendo Una Maldicion

    [engl] It's been nearly five years since Ruleta Rusa released Aqui No Es, their debut LP for Sorry State, but if you think they've slowed, mellowed, or otherwise slipped off their game you are sorely
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    BRAIN F

    Sleep Rough

    [engl] The first two singles from North Carolina's Brain FäŠæ left a lot of people scratching their heads: Is it garage? Is it hardcore? (It's definitely punk.) How did they write such catchy riff
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    LOGIC PROBLEM

    Logic Problem

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    EXCESSIVE CRUELTY

    Excessive Cruelty

    [engl] Excessive Cruelty is a new band featuring key players from the Bay Area’s Strung Up, who were simultaneously one of the best-regarded and most underrated bands of the explosion of early 80s-style US
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    MOB RULES

    The Donor

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    CROSSED EYES

    Rattled

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    NATURAL CAUSES

    Natural Causes

    [engl] at you could hear on the earlier 12”. We tend to love bands that fall in the cracks between subgenres here at Sorry State, and the way Natural Causes combine the atmospheric arrangements and angular
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    DEVOUR

    Devour

    [engl] Raleigh, North Carolina's Devour were born from the ashes of Cross Laws, but rather than simply picking up where that band left off, the remaining members expanded to a 5-piece and followed the lo
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    CTRL GROUP

    CTRL Group Demo

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    SKEMÄTA

    A Bright Shining Hell

    [engl] Raleigh, North Carolina’s Skemäta are back with their second 12”, A Bright Shining Hell. While you can still expect the same furious, explosive d-beat hardcore you found on their debut, this time
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    GAY KISS

    Rounded Down

    [engl] Brand new 4-song 7” from this Arizona powerhouse. Every time I listen to Gay Kiss my mind is boggled that a band can sound so uniformly heavy and aggressive, yet simultaneously so original. While th
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    GIMMICK

    Quarantine EP

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    MUTANT STRAIN

    Mutant Strain

    [engl] Mutant Strain has been playing for a while now, blowing away every band they share the stage with. Their sound is densely compressed and explosive, with intricate rock and roll riffing and wild, seemi
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    S.L.I.P.

    Slippy When Wet

    [engl] With Slippy When Wet, Pittsburgh’s S.L.I.P. go after that rarest of white whales: the all-killer, no filler 33RPM 12” hardcore record. If you’d only heard their earlier stuff, I could see worryi
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    BLACKBALL

    Blackball

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    DAVIDIANS

    City Trends

    [engl] After two 7”s (one on Deranged and one on Sorry State), Raleigh, North Carolina's Davidians deliver their first 12” record. Realizing the sound hinted at on their previous two-song single, Cit
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    BANDAGES

    All Extreme Measures b?/?w Tokyo Carwash

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    GRAND INVINCIBLE

    Demolition Strictly

    [engl] The dynamic duo of Luke Sick (SACRED HOOP, ON TILT, RIME FORCE MOST ILLIN' + million more) and DJ Eons (DANK GOBLINS, SHED DWELLAZ, SPAZZ) are back with the real, the unstoppable, the undefeatable
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    ROUGH KIDS

    s/t

    [engl] After two 7”s (one on Deranged and one on Sorry State), Raleigh, North Carolina's Davidians deliver their first 12” record. Realizing the sound hinted at on their previous two-song single, Cit
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    WHATEVER BRAINS

    An Object

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    WHATEVER BRAINS

    Whatever Brains (4th LP)

    [engl] On this, the Whatever Brains' fourth and final full-length, the band continues tilting at the windmills of punk’s aesthetic myopia and the United States’ gradual political unraveling, and it
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    DOUBLE NEGATIVE

    Hardcore Confusion Vol III + IV