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RIFU
Dead End Street (Go-Kart)

By: Mike SOS

RIFU, a Norwegian hardcore punk band unafraid to showcase political slants and sociological rants via their crunchy, imminent music, liberally borrows from bands like Poison Idea, Refused, Black Flag, and any band that ever gave the world the finger. Fanning the flames of revolution through potent powderkeg numbers like the bass-driven crush of "Destroy the Machines" and the empowering staccato rhythm of "Moral Masturbation", RIFU bear the distinction of being a unit that can arouse both your savage side in the pit and your intellectual side by dropping some anti-establishment knowledge. If you're in tune with bands like Amen, System of a Down, Kill Your Idols, and other like-minded outfits, chances are DEAD END STREET will appeal to you and your anarchistic side.
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