January 14, 2005
STRIKE ANYWHERE [I]TO LIVE IN DISCONTENT[/I] REVIEW
The Richmond, Virginia boys of STRIKE ANYWHERE have made their career by delivering hardcore anthems peppered with a radical worldview and a sincere musical/political understanding of the last 30 years of punk rock lineage. The five-piece have been bubbling over and with the release of To Live In Discontent the band offers a rare insight into the history of their undeniable hooks and ferocious energy. A collection of rare and unreleased material including the long out of print Chorus Of One EP, outtakes from last year's Exit English, and an assortment of classic cover choices including Cock Sparrer, Dag Nasty, and of course the Gorilla Biscuits. To Live In Discontent is a must have release for any fan of the band's raucous rally cry; a definitive insight into what fuels a revolution, and a glimpse into the history that will thankfully keep it burning.
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