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Innerstrength 16

Released on October 22, 2013


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Punk. Thrash. Hardcore. Take a look into the world of punk on the streets and venues of Seattle. One band in particular, The Insurgence, formed in 2006, never lets their audience forget that they do have a message. With a line-up consisting of Jibo on vocals, Mike Time Bomb shredding on the guitar, Josh Sinder beating the skins senseless, Justin brutalizing the bass, and Johnny driving it all home with his witch-like screams. Influenced by “world issues” not just governmental politics, a cliché and overused subject in the world of punk philosophies, The Insurgence take being “pissed off about unjust bullshit in the world and turn it into a musical outlet where they can possibly educate and motivate others. Not sounding like your being preached to, it's more coming from the gut, sincere, raw and pissed off. It’s about “the big guy stepping on the little guy” which you quickly discover listening to their songs about such topics as corporate greed, the American oligarchy, religious exploitation and the military industrial complex. Such truths might not be easy to stomach, but they are a glaring reality, and The Insurgence do not avoid anything controversial or uncomfortable, just to avoid offending people. As the music scene grows and trends trundle in and out, punk rock is always going to be there. And with the advent of the Internet as a promotion tool, the band uses this prime example of the new DIY to reach out directly to their fans: the catalyst for the appeal of the underground music scene all along.

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2 We Can't Be Stopped  0%
3 Dear Leader  0%
4 House On Fire  0%
5 National Razor  0%
6 Elimi-nation  0%
7 Reprisal  0%
8 Saviours  0%
9 A Dream Is All They Left You  0%
10 Cocaine Wasteland  0%
11 Eternal Black  0%
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