New Hope For The Dead
DIGITAL (2013) · $8.90 add to cart
The resulting album, entitled New Hope For The Dead, is a heavy sonic assault built upon the politics of dissent with contents that cover big issues such as the twin evils of extremism and bigotry, the fracturing nature of society, the lack of engagement by today's generation and the attraction of things that ultimately harm us. Never driven by aspirations of commercial success, the band would rather be active and outspoken on issues such as racism and imperialism.
We're not here for a nostalgic reunion,the band somehow came back together as we felt we had something to say about our times and put out music that is made of these times says singer Abbo. There have been three or four generations of music since we originally split up, but there is a vacuum in music of any comment or action in kicking against a world of apathy, discrimination and totalitarianism.
We are finding that our voice resonates with old and new alike, adds guitarist Spon. It's a new time but the same problems exist. We've always been a political band, but one that's able to reference human passions too. The new album encapsulates all of that and presents it with a sound that is the best we've ever achieved.
Retaining their original punk ethos, UK Decay remain impossible to easily categorize. Just as the original records pushed musical boundaries, the new songs defy convention. Heavy but sparse, angry yet poetic, they continue to function outside any recognizable comfort zone.
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|Shake 'em Up||3:22|
|Heavy Metal Jews||4:32|
|This City is a Cage||4:15|
|Woman with a Black Heart||4:02|
|Revolutionary Love Song||5:56|
|All the Faces in History||1:22|
|I Feel Good||5:13|