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TERMINAL BLISS Brute Err/ata

Mar 3, 2021 | Punk, Reviews

These guys are a force of nature

Covering 10 tracks in 11 minutes for their Relapse Records debut, Terminal Bliss aren’t hanging around. Harking back to several generations of Anarchist punks, but keeping their message bang up to date, these guys are a force of nature. Drawing members from the Virginia punk scene, the band have gelled with a message highlighting the merciless consumerism, and environmental destruction, that is America’s legacy. It’s time to bathe in this righteousness noise.

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