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Various Artists –  Monuments To Arson: A Tribute To His Hero Is Gone  [Black/White Marbled Vinyl] – New LP
Various Artists –  Monuments To Arson: A Tribute To His Hero Is Gone  [Black/White Marbled Vinyl] – New LP
Satanik Royalty Records

Various Artists – Monuments To Arson: A Tribute To His Hero Is Gone [Black/White Marbled Vinyl] – New LP

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Monuments To Arson, A Tribute To His Hero Is Gone. Various artist cover songs from the cult neo-crust underground band His Hero Is Gone who were active from 1995-1999. All the proceeds from this album will be donated to the Fairbnaks Native Assosiation alcohol and drug wellness centers.This album explodes out of the gate right off the bat. I’ve never actually had an album make me want to go for a jog just to listen to it, but that actually happened when I first got it. It’s rooted in Pacific Northwest hardcore and punk, but somehow made the crossover into the best parts of approximately 3,452 other rock and roll subgenres along the way. Punk shouts meet sludge riffs meet hardcore screams in this nuclear blast of a dirty, heavy-rock amalgamation.  Loud sounds from the Pacific Northwest.
Monuments To Arson, A Tribute To His Hero Is Gone. Various artist cover songs from the cult neo-crust underground band His Hero Is Gone who were active from 1995-1999. All the proceeds from this album will be donated to the Fairbnaks Native Assosiation alcohol and drug wellness centers. Monuments To Arson, A Tribute To His Hero Is Gone. Various artist cover songs from the cult neo-crust underground band His Hero Is Gone who were active from 1995-1999. All the proceeds from this album will be donated to the Fairbnaks Native Assosiation alcohol and drug wellness centers.
This album explodes out of the gate right off the bat. I’ve never actually had an album make me want to go for a jog just to listen to it, but that actually happened when I first got it. It’s rooted in Pacific Northwest hardcore and punk, but somehow made the crossover into the best parts of approximately 3,452 other rock and roll subgenres along the way. Punk shouts meet sludge riffs meet hardcore screams in this nuclear blast of a dirty, heavy-rock amalgamation.

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