Anyone into Emoviolence or Skrams music? (1 Viewer)

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There seems to be some overlap in the Folk and Crust punk community in the "skramz" scene. There were so many sick releases last year by bands like Shin Guard, State Faults, Frail Body and stuff like that. was really into the energy the scene seemed to have by the end of last year, i've gotten to see a few gigs this year before all the shows got cancelled, but i'm bored waiting on the next one to come around so i'm just wondering if anyone here likes shit like circle takes the square, pageninetynine and so on. Perhaps we could reccomend each other some music.
 
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fist bump, that cd is constantly played in my car. masterpiece of the genre, such an intense vibe all the way through.
i'm not surprised to hear it described this way, i liked the songs a lot, then i started reading the lyrics like.... hoooollllllyyyy fuuuuuck

anything that's comparable? that's the only thing i know that remotely resembles it
 
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gonna go ahead and recommend you Shin guard for strong lyrics and comparable sonic intensity. they released a full length last year called "2020", it's fire.
 

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