Hard Resistance – Lawless & Disorder
CD 2012 Strength Records
I never thought that when Hard Resistance called It quits in 2002, I would be writing a review about a new Hard Resistance album 10 years later.
Although it has been 10 years ago it just feels like Hard Resistance picked up where they ended. Listening to ‘Lawless & Disorder’ for the first time is like reliving the moment when I gave their ‘Engine Of Hate’ album a first spin. It brings back some good memories.
Hard Resistance probably was and probably always will be one of Belgium’s hardest, meanest and most angry hardcore bands around. On ‘Lawless & Disorder’ they are angry about just everything you can be angry about: the government and politics is general, social institutes, religion, globalisation, the modern world, …
Listening to ‘Lawless & Disorder’ is like listening to one pissed off up-tempo brutal hardcore/punk/metal track, its one massive wall of sound fronted by aggressive vocals.
Lawless & Disorder is released on Strength Records, the new label founded by Onno Cro-Mag and Roger Miret (Agnostic Front). 8/10
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- War For Sale
- Burn My Thoughts
- Earth Will Be Destroyed
- The Grand Illusion
- New World Order
- Death In Absentia
- Religious Stranglehold
- The Final Century
- Captains Of Industry
- Sin City