London Punk making a comeback-- about goddamn time! There's a real art to the level of dissonance these guys produce in every song, although I apologize for bringing the word "art" up in a Punk context, my sincerest apologies.
Favorite track: Revert.
London's NO finally unleash their third vinyl offering. 8 songs in barely 13 minutes. Ferocious dissonant hardcore focused in intensity and all-out rage. Non stop hardcore showing the band at their peak. References to Midwest USA hardcore are often used to describe NO but while not completely off the mark they are just one of the many points of reference for this rather complicated band. NO are another living proof of how great the current UK hardcore crop is.
The album comes in a full colour sleeve designed by the greatest Ralph Simmonds and including a heavy weight 11"x11" lyric insert.
supported by 16 fans who also own “Treating People Like They Don't Exist MLP”
I was living in Atlanta in 2017 when I discovered this band. I thought I was the only trans chick who was into hardcore (not literally but you know what I mean) and then I heard that they broke up and now I'm sad. piggypop