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HK / Pledge Alliance split CD

HK / Pledge Alliance split CD

Heavy H/C punk from Austria in a nice card package.

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HK plays an aggressive style of hardcore with math influences, but always build on emotional strength. The lyrics are political but in a personal way dealing with the individual psychology of social and ecological deconstruction.
PLEDGE ALLIANCE considers itself a punk band (even if their music may be closer to metal) and a part of the anarchist resistance movement against the capitalist western civilization. 

Tracklist:
HK
1. We Are The Others
2. The Weight Of What It Breeds
3. Last Eye Motion
Pledge Alliance
4. Die Früchte Des Zorns
5. Usque Ad Fineml
6. Conclusion
7. Das Ende Der Epidemie

Google translated;

 A really cool layout, a split that I expected and my friends Joss Impure Muzik graciously sent. A beautiful cardboard pocket, sheets for each lyrics with explanation and good illustrations ... really, a beautiful object! So two groups. HK, from France. Who plays us a metalcore a little tortured, a little noisy. Alternating heavy, squeaky, shrieky vocals, and a good emotional touch also without falling into the emo / screamo. It is good to manage but I do not catch at all ... Too bad. PLEDGE ALLIANCE, another hard metal slap. It's fun !! I still love their metal close to CATHARSIS. One navigates the libertarian utopia of situational influence and therefore Crimethink. Criticisms and surges of raw emotions. It's heavy, it's pleasant. I would take again a little bit of yours, please! 4 pieces latte, for all those who love and therefore CATHARSIS libertarian utopia

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