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Better to Die On Your Feet Than Live On Your Knees

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The Falcon Cannot Hear the Falconer
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Build No System
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Without Blazon (Is the Flag I Hold Up and Do Not Wag)
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We Are Not Afraid of Ruins
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Class War Never Meant More Than It Does Now
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Rise Like Lions After Slumber
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That Which Is Not Given But Taken
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Better to Die On Your Feet Than Live On Your Knees
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Usurious Epitaph
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Revolution's Wick Burning Quick
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99 to 1
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Sweat for Blood
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Barbarians At the Gate
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When We Can't Dream Any Longer
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It Is the Secret Curse of Power That It Becomes Fatal
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I Am Spartacus
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Feast of Industry
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Total Tracks: 17   Total Length: 27:06

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Phil Freeman is the former editor-in-chief of Metal Edge magazine and a frequent contributor to the Village Voice, Alternative Press, The Wire, Jazziz and numer...more »

01.31.12
Liberteer, Better To Die On Your Feet Than Live On Your Knees
2012 | Label: Relapse Records / The Orchard

Grindcore is not typically a restrained genre. The drums blast, the guitars and bass are a downtuned roar from the gutter, and vocals are hoarse, half-mad and choking with rage, whether politically motivated or just pissed off in some ill-defined way. Liberteer, a one-man project from Matthew Widener of Cretin, aims to up grind’s revolutionary quotient while also broadening its musical palette, and it succeeds admirably. With track titles like “Class War Never Meant More… read more »

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