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NOI!SE – Price We Pay 7” (Pirates Press Records)

Price We Pay is one of the latest recordings by NOI!SE. This single embraces quite an unusual theme, which cannot be seen or heard that much within the punk rock scene. NOI!SE takes the prison industrial complex as the primary theme for the song, fully stacked with brilliant songwriting. Of course, these highly engaging lyrics… Read More NOI!SE – Price We Pay 7” (Pirates Press Records)

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Price We Pay is one of the latest recordings by NOI!SE. This single embraces quite an unusual theme, which cannot be seen or heard that much within the punk rock scene. NOI!SE takes the prison industrial complex as the primary theme for the song, fully stacked with brilliant songwriting. Of course, these highly engaging lyrics are followed by the exceptional musicianship of this Seattle, Washington-based street punk quartet. We’re talking about a hard-working band who made a breakthrough with two remarkable albums, loads of singles, and extended play. They also shared a couple of split recordings with bands such as Street Dogs, Harrington Saints, Antagonizers ATL, The Gestalts, The Old Firm Casuals, Razorblade, and Badlands. Therefore, we’re talking about the group that nurtures nothing but the quality since their formation.

Price We Pay talks about prison industrialization and how the prison system exploits prisoners to gain more cash. The prisons are straying far away from their principal purpose, which should be a rehabilitation of the prisoners and employment preparation. Instead of serving its purpose, prison industrialization benefits from free prisoner labor and makes loads of profit. The band showcases the real imagery of the States, entirely soaked in the colors of capitalism, where human rights don’t mean a thing. Like on their previous recordings, NOI!SE are using a prime time to defend the working-class, even inside in the prisons, where all the rights are strictly limited to almost none.

For those not familiar with the sound of NOI!SE, the band nurtures a recognizable street punk/Oi! that perfectly appeals to the thematics of this specific single. The group carries a meaningful message with the right amounts of power and dynamics. Everything from thoughtfully arranged guitar shreds and compelling basslines to the driving force of excellent drumming performance indicate loads of entertainment throughout the entire composition. NOI!SE thought about every movement included at this number, which will suit to all the admirers of street punk sound.

Price We Pay comes with a meaningful cover artwork comprised of a bloodstained pile of cash inside of prison bars. The single comes on an orange vinyl limited to 1000 copies. Head over to Pirates Press Records web store and preserve your copy.

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Hindu Love Gods Released Their Self-Titled And Only Album 30 Years Ago Today

30 years ago today, Hindu Love Gods released their self-titled and only album. Vigilante men. Read Amy Rigby in MAGNET on Zevon:

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30 years ago today, Hindu Love Gods released their self-titled and only album. Vigilante men. Read Amy Rigby in MAGNET on Zevon:

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Wardruna release awe-inspiring video for Kvitravn

Norwegian folk-proggers Wardruna will release new album Kvitravn in January

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Norwegian folk-proggers Wardruna have released a brand new, awe-inspiring video for new sing Kvitravn. It’s the title track of the band’s upcoming album, which the band will release on January 22.

Kvitravn (which means ‘white raven’) discusses Northern sorcery, spirit-animals, shadows, nature and animism, the wisdom and meanings of certain myths, various Norse spiritual concepts, and the relation between sage and songs.

“I am very excited to finally share this song with you,” says mainman Einar Selvik. “Kvitravn is a song that explores traditions of animal-guides and the symbolism and legends of sacred white animals found in Nordic- and other cultures all over the world. These highly regarded ghostly creatures, whether a raven, snake, bear, moose, reindeer, elephant or lion – are in animist traditions seen as prophetic, divine messengers, and guardians representing renewal, purity and a bridge between worlds.

“Being fully aware of how rare it is to come across white ravens, we knew from the start that this would be an ambitious and challenging task to pull off. However, fate seemed to be on our side in this and the “impossible” piece of the puzzle fell into place as if gifted from the divine.“

The video for Kvitravn was shot in various locations in Norway and Russia, by Ragnarok Film, the same team responsible for the previous Wardruna video, for stand-alone single Lyfjaberg, made during lockdown. This track does not appear on the album.

The band had originally announced Kvitravn would be released in June of this year, but the album has been put back due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Pre-order Kvitravn.

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At least one member of Metallica could be releasing new music soon

“They feel like the best f**king things I’ve ever done,” says Kirk Hammett of his new horror-inspired instrumental songs

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Yes, Metallica say they’ve at least maybe possibly thought about writing new music during lockdown. But given the epic eight-year gap between Death Magnetic and Hardwired… To Self-Destruct, there’s no guarantee it will actually materialise any time soon.

But it turns out one member of the band has been hard at work, and has four almost-finished songs to prove it. Guitarist Kirk Hammett has told Metallica fanclub magazine So What? that he has been working with S&M2 musical director Edwin Outwater and “a small chamber orchestra” on instrumental music inspired by his love of horror movies.

Saying the songs “feel like the best fucking things I’ve ever done”, Kirk revealed: “One of them is called High Plains Drifter and the other one’s called The Incantation. They’re not done yet. [They are] still in the rough mix stages. I mean, I have to get the rough mixes, but I have four tracks now. And the four tracks are like four different movies, man. They’re not movie soundtracks; they’re like movies. They tell a story.”

He added that he intended to premiere the tracks with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra later this year, before the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic scuppered his plans.

Metallica themselves are set to play a special acoustic charity show in their Californian HQ on November 14 to benefit their All Within My Hands charity. The performance will be streamed live on the day, in what will be the quartet’s first ever worldwide pay-per-view event. 

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