The debut 6-track EP from FORRA is absolute chaos, destruction and rage. FORRA play primitive hardcore punk with a classic 80's South American twist that would have sat perfectly on any of the four early 80's worldwide compilation tapes Xcentric Noise released or on a split tape with THE NIXE or COCADICTOS. Each track sounds like it could fall apart at any moment but the intensity and passion drives it to a conclusion. Sounding effortlessly punk, the band formed in London and is made up of members from Argentina, Catalonia, The Canaries and Mexico. Limited to 330 copies and recorded by Jonah Falco, this recording may end up as the band’s only release.
The Mostrame lo Peor pocket sleeve is flimsy and hand-assembled. The record comes with a postcard addressed to British Home Office, so you can share your views on their shitty immigration policies. All the proceeds from the record will be given to The Latin American Women’s Rights Service (LAWRS) a London based human rights, feminist organisation run for Latin American women, and 100% run by Latin American women.
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This is by far one of the best punk acts I heard in recent times.
I really like the balance between hardcore punk and punk rock-ish riffs also worth mentioning is the vocals which I find being done brilliant on this album.
An all female set-up makes it also very interesting since this is a music scene usually so dominated by us males.
Smash patriarchy! Yellow Rainbow