The 12 tracks that comprise the band’s 8th studio album are arguably their most aggressive to date. With influences ranging from hardcore to modern folk punk, The General Strike is reckless yet tight, experimental yet familiar, and as impassioned and enraged as the band feels. The General Strike was recorded and produced by Anti-Flag at their home studio and is poised to be the soundtrack for the masses of begrudged private citizens that are currently protesting corporate injustice and governmental power around the world.
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Bob from Saginaw, MI
Apr 12 2012
Not Anti-Flag's best but a very good album and their best since For Blood and Empire. Plus I got a free patch. I don't know what I'm going to do with it but that's still pretty cool.
Jeremy from Rising Sun, IN
Mar 20 2012
This is one of my favorite Anti-Flag albums of all time,and I have been a fan for awhile. It has fast paced songs like "Controlled Opposition" and "resist." While it has songs that will be remembered as classics such as "The Neoliberal Anthem" and "The Ghosts of Alexandria." So if your an Anti-Flag fan and happen to be on the fence about the album,give it a chance you won't be disappointed. If your just getting into the band I would recommend picking up "For Blood and Empire" even though it was distributed by a major record label.