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Battle of Disarm

Battle of Disarm

Battle of Disarm


Battle of Disarm is an anarchist crust punk band from Isigawa, Japan. They originally formed over rising concerns on the cruel treatment of animals, & high usage of vivisection by major corporations. Since they first formed in 1989, they have refused to release any material on compact disk, in protest of the technological advances that has swept across Japan, which they say has lead to worldwide "corruption and murder". Other issues they have focused on is the disarming of nuclear weapons Read more on Last.fm
Battle of Disarm is an anarchist crust punk band from Isigawa, Japan. They originally formed over rising concerns on the cruel treatment of animals, & high usage of vivisection by major corporations. Since they first formed in 1989, they have refused to release any material on compact disk, in protest of the technological advances that has swept across Japan, which they say has lead to worldwide "corruption and murder". Other issues they have focused on is the disarming of nuclear weapons, by releasing songs like Disarm or Die! and , in concern that more bombings, like the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, might occur. They are currently the forerunning band for the Japanese record shop, distro, and record label, D.I.Y.

Records, in which they have released most of their albums on. Originally located in Ohara, Japan, it was forced to close down for a brief period, for financial reasons. In 2004, however, it reopened, and was relocated to Tokyo, Japan. The slogan for the record company is "DIY or DIE", which has been popularized within the crust punk scene.

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