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The Endless Blockade

The Endless Blockade

The Endless Blockade


The Endless Blockade were a powerviolence band that formed in 2003, in Toronto, Canada, and stopped activity in 2010. Taking the foundations of the genre's forebears (Crossed Out, No Comment, MITB, etc) and streamlining it for today's harsh realities, The Endless Blockade is furious hardcore meets crawling sludge. Primitive is the Blockade's second LP, following the debut LP Turn Illness Into A Weapon, several EPs and split LPs (with Iron Lung, Warzone Womyn and Hatred Surge). Read more on Last.fm
The Endless Blockade were a powerviolence band that formed in 2003, in Toronto, Canada, and stopped activity in 2010. Taking the foundations of the genre's forebears (Crossed Out, No Comment, MITB, etc) and streamlining it for today's harsh realities, The Endless Blockade is furious hardcore meets crawling sludge. Primitive is the Blockade's second LP, following the debut LP Turn Illness Into A Weapon, several EPs and split LPs (with Iron Lung, Warzone Womyn and Hatred Surge). Primitive is the band's most fully realized work thus far, with great care taken in tying the album together musically, visually and lyrically.

SCOTT HULL's mix is both clear and raw while GLYN SMYTH's artwork visually represents the doomsday cults, fanatics and radicals that provide the backdrop for the LP's deranged pace and surgically precise twists and turns. The Blockade's affinity for the diseased power-electronics and noise genres (think Slogun, Whitehouse) also plays a more significant role on Primitive. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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