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Self Titled 12″ Review

Southern California’s Stoic Violence fly off the handle with their Self Titled 12” delivering eight tracks of straight forward angry punk rock.

Sounding like they took a time machine from 1981 Stoic Violence spew their motorcycle jackets and doc marten brand of hardcore in your face drawing on guitar riffs and drum beats from the time when punk was transitioning into the heavier and angrier forms of hardcore and d-beat. They manage to keep the catchy, simple, infectious song structures and hooks of early punk but bring in the angry and destructive tendencies that followed. The perfect soundtrack for a skate video this 12” clocks in under 10 minutes with songs all being around a minute long. The vocals screech with angry over the buzzing guitars and blasting drums as they blow through track after track.


Stoic Violence’s Self Titled 12” is a release of pure punk intensity that should not be missed out on. It can be downloaded for free from their bandcamp or purchase from Katorga Works and Video Disease Records. Also, check them out live at the CVLT Nation 2nd Anniversary Show April 26th 2013 at Unit B Studio.

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