Is crust punk even a thing in Europe? (1 Viewer)

Matthias

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I've travelled most of europe, but every place seems to have the same feel to it.
The glorious days seem to have past, or maybe im just not "immersed" enough...
Anywaysss, what i'm trying to say is I need friends. Every person I meet at homebase seems to be on another planet than i've been on and it's starting to get at me even harder than it used to.
 
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marmar

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Id suggest trying to stay at some of those infamous european squats if you haven't yet. Or some groups that help refugees out there could possibly be same folk. Can't make any specific pointers as I haven't been there but word goes around they are all over the place in Spain and italy
 

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