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Fight For Freedom

Fight For Freedom

Fight For Freedom


Fight For Freedom (or "FFF") were an NS Punk band from the San Fernando Valley in southern California. Musically they played similar to most melodic west-coast Hardcore Punk bands. Their lyrics reflected the hardships of being a White minority, political themes such as their admiration for National Socialist era Germany and the importance of changing the direction their nation was heading in before it’s too late. FFF didn’t stay active as a band for very long. Read more on Last.fm
Fight For Freedom (or "FFF") were an NS Punk band from the San Fernando Valley in southern California. Musically they played similar to most melodic west-coast Hardcore Punk bands. Their lyrics reflected the hardships of being a White minority, political themes such as their admiration for National Socialist era Germany and the importance of changing the direction their nation was heading in before it’s too late. FFF didn’t stay active as a band for very long. The only album they released was a tape entitled “Ganglife” of which one track (March of ‘42) was featured on the “White Terror vol. I” compilation CD.

However, the band soon after evolved into a crew who were very prominent among the California punk gangs of the 1980s (such as The Suicidals, The LADS, etc.). To this day you can still find some who claim the FFF name in southern CA, a few of which actually were in the original crew. Fight For Freedom are clearly a vital band in American NS Punk history and will always be held in high regard by the movement. It's only too bad they didn't make more music while they were around. Read more on Last.fm.

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