but not claiming to be old school or anything like that. we’re just old... and this is what comes out when you give us noisy instruments. short, fast, loud and simple songs.
music as a vehicle for rage, thoughts, irritations, political statements. we could care less about who is the best. this is not about being the best or the toughest or any of that shit. this is about voicing discontent, emotions, being critical, straight energy, honesty.
we don’t play what you want us to. we play what we want to play. and we say what we want to say. we are not here for you but for ourselves to be really honest.
because we still believe that this music can make a difference. can make people think and talk and act or at least do something... we are four individuals with somehow common backgrounds and interests. we were in other bands, we have mutual ‘friends’, we have jobs. some of us have children.
we are not saints. but we ain’t sinners either. we try to make something here for ourselves within this out-of-hand capitalist system. some of us drink, some of us smoke, some of us just breathe.
some of us are creative outside of music. some of us prefer not doing anything at all. we want to have our say. we are not pointing fingers but if you feel offended by anything we say or anything we write...
we think maybe there’s something wrong with you or your views. reconsider them first. if somehow you still think we are full of crap, we prefer animated conversations above so not-done barfights. violence and ‘i’m gonna get you’ grudges are not our thing. we also prefer bands, venues, distro’s and labels that have something to stand for other than how cool their shit is.
this is hardcorepunk. if you think it’s boring to hear all that leftist shit at shows and start complaining about biting the hand that feeds and not being able to change a thing, just fuck off. hardcorepunk without content is totally useless. like beer without alcohol. we want to share information and frustration.
say what we think needs to be said. we’re not talking about destroying the system and burning police cars (though that could be nice too). HELL, it’s not like we are throwing molotovs at every demonstration. it’s about awareness and small-scale action.
the state will not be overthrown by some hardcorepunk kids, but we can claim a place for ourselves and for criticism. for free thinking and discussion. for squats and other small initiatives. for creativity.
for non-capitalist entertainment. a space free of corporate sponsoring and advertisement. creating a bulb of chaos and mayhem. a fucking moment of freedom.
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