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Crusty hardcore act SUBORDINATE streaming new LP; touring Europe!

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Hailing from the depths of the Irish North West, SUBORDINATE breath new life to Irish hardcore scene showing there is more coming out of this Island than what the crust stronghold of Dublin has to offer. ‘Respect existence or expect resistance’ (Distroy Records, artwork by Costin Chiorenau) will be SUBORDINATE’s first full length having unleashed a 12″ EP ‘To See Their Demise’. Evolving their sound into a lengthy crushing discernible force that grasps to influences from Spanish crust bands like EKKAIA and MADAME GERMAN over an inherent Irish crust sound creating hardcore contortion overriden by politicalized lyrics through contrasting battling vocals.


‘Respect existence or expect resistance’ is scheduled for a July release with amazing artwork from Costin Chioreanu. For fans of Easpa Measa, Ekkaia and Expendable Youth. Recorded at The Hive with James Eager (Bacchus, Divisions Ruin) and to be mastered with Enormous Door mastering. With tours of UK, Ireland and Europe expect to see//hear a lot more from Subordinate very soon.

Tour Dates:

28//08 – Nantes FRA
29//08 – Dijon FRA
30//08 – Strasbourg FRA
31//08 – FREE!
01//09 – Biel SWITZ
02//09 – FREE!
03//09 – FREE!
04//09 – Dresden DEU
05//09 – Berlin DEU
06//09 – Prague CZECH
07//09 – FREE!
08//09 – Bielefeld DEU
09//09 – Gronigen NETH
10//09 – FREE!
11//09 – Bremen DEU
12//09 – Ghent BEL

Karol Kamiński

DIY rock music enthusiast and web-zine publisher from Warsaw, Poland. Supporting DIY ethics, local artists and promoting hardcore punk, rock, post rock and alternative music of all kinds via IDIOTEQ online channels.
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