Review Of “Northern Aggression: Project Boneyard Vol. II”

IRPB2_coverFrom Exclaim Magazine:

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Northern Aggression — Project Boneyard Volume 2
By Brad Schmale

This release is a compilation distributed with the intent of cracking down on fascist propaganda and White Pride organizations, using music as a message of unification and urgency. Comprised of punk, hardcore and hip-hop acts, and featuring 16 tracks of vigilant activism, this collection brings lesser-known artists out of the dark and onto the battlefield. Baltimore, MD outfit Fighting Chance set the scene with “Somethin’s Gotta be Done,” a call to arms that’s delivered in the true oi spirit. Toronto, ON street punks the Class Assassins and their outcast anthem, “Outside Looking In,” are a fitting contribution, as is hardcore faction Death in Custody‘s abrasive and spastic “Car Bomb.” Remarkably, America’s premier working-class punks the Press also lend their assistance to the disc with “Just another Warning,” which has just as much relevance today as it did 20 years ago. Northern Aggression ― Project Boneyard Volume 2 is a propitious comp that successfully manages to connect different artists and genres together with the soul purpose of the masses following suit despite race, creed or gender. Amen. (Insurgence)

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One response to “Review Of “Northern Aggression: Project Boneyard Vol. II”

  1. rebeltimeproductions

    Copies of the CD are available from Insurgence Records, for as little as .50 a copy.

    Check the Insurgence Records site for more info on the CD and the campaign around it…

    http://www.insurgence.net

    or check out the Myspace…

    http://www.myspace.com/projectboneyard

    Thanks for helping spread the word. Much appreciated.

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