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Crisis Point

Pirates Press 248.1

Released on September 13, 2019



Vinyl includes MP3 download card

This album comes in these formats:

The first 100 to pre-order the CD, Vinyl or Cassette from Interpunk gets a free Subhumans sticker. AND the first 50 to pre-order the Vinyl will also get a 7inch Picture Flexi of the album song "Thought Is Free"


All LPs includes a 10 x 30" die-cut stencil of the Subhumans logo All CDs includes a 4.75" X 14" die-cut stencil of the Subhumans logo

Subhumans are one of the most influential bands from the UK Anarcho-Punk scene of the 80's, filed right alongside Crass and Conflict, and just as relevant today as they were during the darkest days of Thatcher's Britain. Take your choice in how to label them - Punk, UK82, Crusty, etc. - therein lies the attraction and consequent reason for their popularity, the band epitomizes non-conformity and connects with people in many different scenes. This is their first new music in 12 years - all brand new songs about terror/pollution/mind control and similar reflections on a world in crisis!

Subhumans don't really need much in the way of introduction - since 1980, they've recorded and released a powerhouse of a back catalog that completely stands the test of time. 'The Day the Country Died' (1983) and 'From the Cradle to the Grave' (1984) are two classic albums in practically every punk's collection. This album will undoubtedly be filed right alongside these records as another huge contribution to the world of punk they helped create. Pirates Press Records are thrilled to be releasing this new record, and Subhumans are embarking on a year of touring in both Europe and North America! The social and political commentary of bands like Subhumans forged a path, along with their contemporaries, for punk to change lives and opinions around the world. Sadly the things they sang about forty years ago are largely just as important now, sometimes more so in an age of Trump and Brexit. We can't wait to hear more of what they have to say about the current political climate, the immense imbalance of wealth and power, and the causes they hold near and dear to their hearts.

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1 Terrorist in Waiting  0%
2 Fear and Confusion  0%
3 Information Gap  0%
4 Atom Screen War  0%
5 Follow The Leader  0%
6 Strange Land  0%
7 99%  0%
8 Punk Machine  0%
9 Poison  0%
10 Thought Is Free  0%
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