We’re proud to release and present the 30 years anniversary album of South America’s longest going skinhead band. The album features some of their old classics re-recorded in a good studio and more powerful sounding than ever, plus some covers of classic Argentinean streetpunk tracks and a few great new songs. It comes with a big booklet with lyrics, explanations to the songs and dozens of photos spanning the band’s history from the start till now.
New Roman band who somewhat remind of The Timebombs who were from the same city. Bronson brings an excellent mix of punk and hardcore with a lot of melody and singalong choruses. A very American-influenced sound, extremely catchy. All songs are nothing but excellent, apart maybe from the weird short electronic intermezzo.
Not really a band that needs much of an introduction. Features an old remastered demo of the band with versions of the songs that were never be released on vinyl before. The sound quality is rather poor, the remastering could have been done a lot better. It’s a collectible record of course, because of its limited edition of 300 numbered copies, but one can question the added value of releases like this….