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RASH DECISION ‘Year Of The Silence’

Feb 10, 2022 | Punk, Reviews

A fresh hardcore high

Falmouth’s Rash Decision may be stalwarts of the punk scene, but each highly anticipated new release is still a momentous event. Nevertheless, Year Of The Silence felt extra special: maybe it was the enforced inactivity we endured due to the pandemic, but when 2022 hit, the dam eventually burst, and the live scene was set free. The group were back on familiar ground, and the album’s frenetic fastcore was the quintessential soundtrack. Taking in elements of skate punk, thrash, and powerviolence, they take a swipe at our mundane existence, America’s racist agenda, and Brexit morons. The riffs spewed forth, and we hit a fresh hardcore high.

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