Rifu | Bombs for Food, Mines for Freedom

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Bombs for Food, Mines for Freedom

by Rifu

Modern punk / hardcore. Not afraid to mix different types of punk, hardcore- and metal. For fans of Propagandhi, At-the-drive-in and swedish hardcore.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Hardcore Punk
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1. Intro
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2. Sold Out World
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3. The Plague We've Become
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4. Born Addicted
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5. Spitting At the Remains
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6. Come All Blow Your Brains Out
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7. Laugh Ourserlves to Death
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8. Caught Up in Everyday
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9. Let Them Eat Bombs
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10. Our Relief
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11. Towards the End
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12. Massacre of Man
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Fast forward punk / HC. Some of the songs are really thrushing d-beat driven, while some of the other songs are more metal, rock and californian punk influenced. The whole album has a dark and apocalyptic mood lyricswise.

"Nowaday’s music is about girls, heartbreak and crying. The same lines jumbled up and sang out to the audience. So when a band with a message comes along I find it quite refreshing. RIFU aren’t a new band; they’ve been around for 10 years building a faithful and loyal fan base. 'Bombs for food, mines for freedom' is their latest release. This album is jam-packed with rage, anger and a shit load of passion. No room for teen angst here, this is music that cares about the real shit happening in the world. If you like your music fast and you give a shit about events too you’ll fucking love it. " -Rock pulse, UK.



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