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Heads Vs. Breakers

Apathy Is The New Black

(Members From Silent Majority, Strongpoint, Dropout Year)

New Day Rising 3

Released on February 3, 2004

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Enter HVSB, forged in the flames of chaos during the Winter of 2000. Rising out of the ashes of hardcore legends SILENT MAJORITY, STRONGPOINT and DROPOUT YEAR, their convictions have been tried and tested by hardship. Rising above adversity, they found that the experience of being wrought between the hammer and the anvil had only strengthened never break.

After several successful shows with A-list hardcore bands such as KILL YOUR IDOLS, ANN BERETTA, BLOOD RED and THE BACKUP PLAN, HVSB unleash their debut powerhouse album on the unsuspecting masses. 12 tales of power and conviction in the vein of STRIKE ANYWHERE, KID DYNAMITE and LIFETIME.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Tushy  11%
2 Burnout Frankenstein Lane Voted #3  17%
3 The Expected Life of A Heart Catheter  11%
4 Going Back In Time To Kill Bands We Like  0%
5 Beneficial Wigs  0%
6 Looking Massapequa, But Feeling Middle Island Voted #1  22%
7 Caligynephobia Voted #2  22%
8 Danielle, Death Or Glory  0%
9 A Viv Savage Philosophy  0%
10 Take Care, Comb Your Hair  0%
11 Magnets With Privates  0%
12 Ghosts Of Peconic Country  17%
13 The Accountant Dance Of War  0%
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Mike from Los Altos, CA 
Oct 3 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

definitely not as good as lifetime but still a pretty solid album. it tends to grow on me with each listen.

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