LA ARMADA released their latest “Crisis” EP on May 13th via Profane Existence and Fat Sandwich Records. Watch their newest video for the track “Human Filth” and spread the word!
The band commented:
“Human Filth” is a social commentary on how the US Justice Department brings their so called “justice” to American citizens, through torture-induced confessions, bribery, blackmail and extortion. The song tells the story of SABU, a hacker turned informant who helped the FBI arrest – and subsequently charge and sentence – fellow members of the LulzSec hacking collective, as well as helped in the capture of Chicago’s hacker Jeremy Hammond who was last year sentenced to 10 years in jail for his part in the attack on global intelligence gathering company Stratfor. The video was shot at the FreeGeek Chicago a Chicago not-for-profit community organization that recycles used computers and parts to provide functional computers, education, internet access and job skills training to those who want them. It was shot by local Chicago Film maker and photographer http://www.buho-studio.com/
Enjoy! and thanks to Free geek for hooking up the space!