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Apsurd - Derealizacija/Svemu Će Doći Kraj - 2020 (Serbia)

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    Mar 17, 2021
    Brittany, France 
    Derealizacija / Svemu će doći kraj, by Apsurd


    Track List :

    01 Derealizacija
    02 Mučnina
    03 Dosada
    04 Zašto Se Onda
    05 Apsurd
    06 Kad Zatvorim Oči
    07 Mora
    08 Priželjkuješ Novi Rat
    09 Svemu Će Doći Kraj
    10 Zamka
    11 Dan Kao I Svaki Drugi
    12 Sloboda

    Apsurd is a female-fronted band from Belgrade, Serbia. Released in the summer of 2020, this LP contains the band's 2018 demo tape on side A, and 6 new tracks on side B. The trio plays some energetic yet tuneful hardcore punk, inspired by 80s yugoslavian punk (like Tožibabe or U.B.R.), but also 80s british anarcho-punk. The 12 songs on this album ranges from 45-seconds-long straightforward hardcore punk jabs ("Dan Kao I Svaki Drugi") to over-5-minutes songs about not recognizing the town where you grew up ("Kad Zatvorim Oči"). Apsurd is one of the best bands that came out of the Balkans recently, and I hope that they are not done yet.
    There are a lot of great and varied ex-yugoslavian punk bands on the label's bandcamp you can check out, like Eke Buba, Indikator B or Parnepar (all from Zagreb, Croatia), just to name a few.
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    Derealizacija / Svemu Će Doći Kraj
    Release Date : 2020

    Available in purple and orange silkscreened sleeves with two sided insert with lyrics and english translations. Limited to 500 copies.

    Apsurd Biography

    Apsurd are based in Belgrade, Serbia and the band members come from Serbia and USA. The band plays straightforward, energetic hardcore punk heavily influenced by the punk and hardcore scene of former Yugoslavia.

    Whether we're talking about primal, primitive hardcore of U.B.R., scratchy and noisy guitar work of Solunski Front or the hopeless yelling Tožibabe were known for, this band has it all! Plus, they manage to sound quite fresh, unlike many of today's copycats.

    This is Yugo-punk reinvented for the new millenium and we can't get enough!
    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.

    Label - Doomtown Records

    European punk label based on putting out vinyls and tapes.

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