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    Virus (19)Virulence

    Label:Active Distribution – Active 27
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    Country:UK
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    Genre:Rock
    Style:Punk

    Tracklist

    1At What Cost
    2Lie Cheat Hate
    3Slip
    4You Lie
    5Menacing
    6Not So Fucking Great
    7Bloodsports
    8Defence System Failure
    9Revolutionary Sellout
    10Tyrant
    11Rejection
    12Control Freak
    13She Ain't No
    14Drug Called Religion
    15Corporate WHore
    16Butcher
    17Killer
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    Other Versions (3)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    New Submission
    Virulence (LP, Album, Reissue, Green)Urinal Vinyl Records, Vomitopunkrock Records, Global Resistance RecordsUVLPEE44, RF039LP, GRR023UK2018
    New Submission
    Virulence (LP, Album, Reissue, Orange)Urinal Vinyl Records, Vomitopunkrock Records, Global Resistance RecordsUVLPEE44, RF039LP, GRR023UK2018
    New Submission
    Virulence (LP, Album, Reissue, Clear)Urinal Vinyl Records, Vomitopunkrock Records, Global Resistance RecordsUVLPEE44, RF039LP, GRR023UK2018

    Reviews

    Jaz-Virus's avatar
    Jaz-Virus
    THIS. IS. PUNK. ROCK! From all aspects, this is the real deal with killer music and some unique
    vocal styles. When I say this, I mean it a more generalized way, but to some degree, it reminds of a
    more aggressive SUBHUMANS. In regards to the unique and stand out sound. Excellent production
    here with intense lyrics that are straight to the point. The first track, At What Cost? brings one of the most important issues that’s driven the punk counter culture and it’s resistance….nuclear threat. This song opens up this album and moves onto other important issues, such as being a drone soldier, to the life of a “corporate whore”. Each song is unique in musical writing and the fluidity of the vocals really makes this stand out. I’ve seen this band around, but this is my first listen (actually 3 rd time of this CD). There’s a certain integrity about this band, and I respect their straight forward stance and genuine ethos. It feels real, and not just something that was put out for some superficial reason.
    This definitely is not back ground music and it’s not over the top distorted chaos with no substance.
    This has good clarity and some really good hooks as well! Put on the anarchy seat belt…you’re goin’ for a ride! (Leffer) Profane Existence