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The Extermination Vol. 3 Compilation streaming in full

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Flatspot Records prepares to release the brutalizing tunes of The Extermination Vol. 3 compilation LP this Friday, featuring brand new tracks from some of the current hardcore scene’s top acts. The Extermination Compilation Vol. 3 features nine tracks that are entirely exclusive to this compilation only. Represented on the collection are West Coast US acts, TERROR, TAKE OFFENSE, PIECE BY PIECE, and DISGRACE, East Coast US acts FRIEND OR FOE, MANIPULATE, COUNTDOWN, and D.C. DISORDER, and UK-based HIGHER POWER. After a series of teasers (here, here, here, here), days ahead of its release, Clrvynt magazine is now streaming the entire The Extermination Compilation Vol. 3. Check it out below.

The compilation sees release through Flatspot Records on 12″ vinyl LP and digital platforms, and a limited cassette this Friday, November 11th. The label will be giving away three test pressings of the LP; customers are automatically entered in the giveaway by placing a preorder RIGHT HERE. Winners will be announced tomorrow, November 10th.

Flatspot Records takes pride in their scene by releasing the bi-annual The Extermination titles, the series showcasing some of the new-blood in the hardcore/punk world, along with established bands that have been proudly carrying to the torch. Past editions have featured bands such as TURNSTILE, ANGEL DU$t, POWER TRIP, BACKTRACK, and KING NINE, among many others. This series is a homage to classic hardcore compilations such as Where The Wild Things Are, The Way It Is, Free For All, and others, where listeners discovered influential bands that still have an impact on our scene today.

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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