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Beyond Description

Chaos Days In 1992

Smog Veil 16

Released on September 1, 2000

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Killer Tokyo thrash on clear vinyl, limited to 500! "Fast punk with buzzsaw guitars and pummeling drums" (MRR #208). "Early Nippon hardcore all the way sounding like a rabid dog tied to a rocketsled!" (Short Fast + Loud #6)

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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# Song Name Popularity
1 Interference Voted #1  50%
2 False Pride Voted #3  17%
3 Treason Voted #2  33%
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Ryan from Fresno, CA 
Feb 20 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I've been buying this bands records for a while now and was stoked to find this EP for such a low price. Very metalic Japanese hardcore paying homage to the classic Japanese punk bands (ala Gauze) as well as adding there own crusty sound. Not the greatest Japanese hardcore band by any means, but worth a listen for sure. Sound quality is average, and it's short, which is a good thing. Comes on clear wax.

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Jason from Burleson, TX 
Jul 15 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a 3 song 7 inch on CLEAR vinyl by one of the best japanese punk/thrash/hardcore bands today. Sounds different than thier recent cd. I only give it a four because its only 3 songs, and thats not long enough for such a great band.

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Damien from Grover Beach, CA 
Apr 15 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Pretty cool. Not the greatest production, kinda sounds like it was recorded on a boombox. But despite that, the music was good and it definately makes me interested in checking out other releases by the band in the future. I will admit I love the fact that this is on clear vinyl and cheap as hell. Not often you see that these days.

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Michael from Belton, TX 
Nov 10 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Clear vinyl, oooooooohhhh baby. That'll be the first thing about this that you'll like, you can see right through it. Then you'll play it and you'll hear some great screaming and teaming hardcore from the land of the rising sun. but then you'll get to the end of that side of the record, after one song. you'll look at the vinyl, you'll notice that they could've put 6 songs on it but they only put 3, I don't know is this some thing with clear vinyl that you can't print on both sides in the same place? If so, is clear vinyl really worth it? The music is damned fine, I played it for my metal head friends and they just went "whoooaa" I'd reccomend this record despite it's overly short length.

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