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No Man's Slave 12" (Deep Six Records)

By: Jeb Branin

If ever there was an album that was "worth the wait," this is it. It's been a long time in coming but the final, and quite possibly, best album from the legendary INFEST is now available for mass consumption. INFEST were one of the seminal bands in the west coast extreme hardcore (power violence) explosion on the early 90s. Of the bands in that scene, INFEST's sound had the most classic "hardcore" edge to it. Drawing directly from the hatecore vibe of the early 80s, INFEST took balls-to-the-wall hardcore up a notch. On "No Man's Slave" you get everything you would expect from these legends (speed, violence, speed, hooks, speed, angst, speed, speed, speed) and you get it in songs that are better written and more developed than their massively influential first LP and 7". This is simply put, an essential addition to your record collection. You need it slightly more than you need air.
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