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Max Resist

Max Resist

Max Resist


Max Resist is a white power RAC band originally from Detroit, Michigan formed in 1991. The early part of their career included a 7" (Traitors Beware) released on Krowbar records in 1993, two full length releases (Renegade Youth) on Resistance Records in 1995 and (Second Skin) Nordland Records in 1997, followed by the 3rd release (Keep Fighting) on the now defunct Panzerfaust Records in 2002 and the 4th release (Klymax) on the short lived Old Guard Records in 2006. Read more on Last.fm
Max Resist is a white power RAC band originally from Detroit, Michigan formed in 1991. The early part of their career included a 7" (Traitors Beware) released on Krowbar records in 1993, two full length releases (Renegade Youth) on Resistance Records in 1995 and (Second Skin) Nordland Records in 1997, followed by the 3rd release (Keep Fighting) on the now defunct Panzerfaust Records in 2002 and the 4th release (Klymax) on the short lived Old Guard Records in 2006.The band has experienced constant lineup changes over the years, and lead singer Sean Suggs is the only remaining original member. Suggs has been featured on several documentaries covering white power music, including a Scottish documentary simply titled "Hate Rock". The band has former ties to the Hammerskin Nation, one of the world's largest skinhead organizations but is no longer associated. The band encountered legal trouble while touring Europe in the town of Brottby, Sweden.

European anti-hate laws prohibit the straight arm Nazi salute, or the "Sieg Heil" salute. While protected by the First Amendment in America, the gesture caused several members of the band, including singer Sean Suggs to be arrested. In 2010 they self released a best of album (Aces and Eights: The Best of Max Resist) which featured a previously unreleased song recorded in 2009. In 2014 the band released two 7" records (Donna Maniac) and (Work For Progress) on Rebel Records. Read more on Last.fm.

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