Monday, 9 April 2018


"black list"
Year:  2018
Country:  US
City:  Huntsville
Label:  No Profit
Format:  CD
Tracks:  13
Time:  28 min.
Genre:  rock
Style:        Punk        Hardcore

Random Conflict is a hardcore punk band formed in Huntsville, Alabama during July 1988. Originally a crossover thrash band, their early recordings combined elements of both punk and metal. Tradition is the Enemy is musically raw, aggressive and rebellious, yet easily accessible and masterfully produced. The songs are heavily influenced by 80s American hardcore (Black Flag and Minor Threat), early 80s UK punk (Discharge, GBH, The Exploited...) and also contemporary punk (Propagandi and Leftöver Crack), but presented in a way that is fresh and uncontrived. The lyrics tear down the façade of modern culture, exposing evil and corruption, while offering hope and calling for unity. This isn’t a record you’ll hear on the radio or in a car commercial on TV. This is punk rock as it is meant to be…iconoclastic. Many critics have written punk rock’s obituary, and who can blame them? Most contemporary acts tend to be more interested in corporate sponsorships than writing and recording music that will stand the test of time. But the flame still burns in North Alabama with the punk rock stalwarts, Random Conflict.
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