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"Description" Svart Records release NYC crust punk band Nausea's two legendary EP's on one remastered 12" in March 2024! Crust punk originates from the misty moors and factory cities of the UK. Since the '80s, countless bands have been established to play their dirty apocalyptic ruckus in the vein of Amebix, Antisect, and Axegrinder. At the same time, across the ocean, in the squats of New York's Lower East Side, bassist John John Jesse founded Nausea. Svart Records is releasing Nausea's two legendary EPs in 12" format for the first time ever, including the Cybergod 7" from 1991 - with a bonus track, "Here Today," from the same recording sessions - and the Lie Cycle 7" from 1992. All tracks are remastered from the original, untouched studio tapes by Jack Control (Darkthrone, Kohti Tuhoa, Fear). Tribal and rocking apocalyptic crust for apocalyptic times. The Cybergod lineup might be the most legendary era of Nausea, where the tracks reach almost epic proportions. The EP is pretty much the blueprint of crust, where Vic Venom's hypnotic and rocking guitar riffs meet the tribal drumming of Roy Mayorga. Al Hoon's and Amy Miret's dueling vocals spit out timeless issues dealing with consumerism and the hypocrisies of organized religions. Musically, the Lie Cycle EP rocks out more in the faster and straightforward style, where Discharge meets Motörhead, and lyrics reflect the times when war and nuclear destruction are still the plague of mankind. Nausea's timeline lasted only seven years, but they managed to create a cult following with their true dedication to the punk scene and played shows in the squats of Europe and the eastern part of Europe. Their music is timeless, unpleasant music for unpleasant times, but hey! At least it's more fun to rock out to the apocalypse! RED VINYL
"Description" Svart Records release NYC crust punk band Nausea's two legendary EP's on one remastered 12" in March 2024! Crust punk originates from the misty moors and factory cities of the UK. Since the '80s, countless bands have been established to play their dirty apocalyptic ruckus in the vein of Amebix, Antisect, and Axegrinder. At the same time, across the ocean, in the squats of New York's Lower East Side, bassist John John Jesse founded Nausea. Svart Records is releasing Nausea's two legendary EPs in 12" format for the first time ever, including the Cybergod 7" from 1991 - with a bonus track, "Here Today," from the same recording sessions - and the Lie Cycle 7" from 1992. All tracks are remastered from the original, untouched studio tapes by Jack Control (Darkthrone, Kohti Tuhoa, Fear). Tribal and rocking apocalyptic crust for apocalyptic times. The Cybergod lineup might be the most legendary era of Nausea, where the tracks reach almost epic proportions. The EP is pretty much the blueprint of crust, where Vic Venom's hypnotic and rocking guitar riffs meet the tribal drumming of Roy Mayorga. Al Hoon's and Amy Miret's dueling vocals spit out timeless issues dealing with consumerism and the hypocrisies of organized religions. Musically, the Lie Cycle EP rocks out more in the faster and straightforward style, where Discharge meets Motörhead, and lyrics reflect the times when war and nuclear destruction are still the plague of mankind. Nausea's timeline lasted only seven years, but they managed to create a cult following with their true dedication to the punk scene and played shows in the squats of Europe and the eastern part of Europe. Their music is timeless, unpleasant music for unpleasant times, but hey! At least it's more fun to rock out to the apocalypse! RED VINYL
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Nausea - Cybergod / Lie Cycle [Clear Vinyl] (Red)

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Format: Vinyl
Label: SVART RECORDS
Rel. Date: 06/14/2024
UPC: 6430080235100

Cybergod / Lie Cycle [Clear Vinyl] (Red)
Artist: Nausea
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Cybergod
2. Body of Christ
3. Here Today (Bonus Track)
4. Lie Cycle
5. Fallout
6. Right to Live
7. Blood ; Circus

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"Description" Svart Records release NYC crust punk band Nausea's two legendary EP's on one remastered 12" in March 2024! Crust punk originates from the misty moors and factory cities of the UK. Since the '80s, countless bands have been established to play their dirty apocalyptic ruckus in the vein of Amebix, Antisect, and Axegrinder. At the same time, across the ocean, in the squats of New York's Lower East Side, bassist John John Jesse founded Nausea. Svart Records is releasing Nausea's two legendary EPs in 12" format for the first time ever, including the Cybergod 7" from 1991 - with a bonus track, "Here Today," from the same recording sessions - and the Lie Cycle 7" from 1992. All tracks are remastered from the original, untouched studio tapes by Jack Control (Darkthrone, Kohti Tuhoa, Fear). Tribal and rocking apocalyptic crust for apocalyptic times. The Cybergod lineup might be the most legendary era of Nausea, where the tracks reach almost epic proportions. The EP is pretty much the blueprint of crust, where Vic Venom's hypnotic and rocking guitar riffs meet the tribal drumming of Roy Mayorga. Al Hoon's and Amy Miret's dueling vocals spit out timeless issues dealing with consumerism and the hypocrisies of organized religions. Musically, the Lie Cycle EP rocks out more in the faster and straightforward style, where Discharge meets Motörhead, and lyrics reflect the times when war and nuclear destruction are still the plague of mankind. Nausea's timeline lasted only seven years, but they managed to create a cult following with their true dedication to the punk scene and played shows in the squats of Europe and the eastern part of Europe. Their music is timeless, unpleasant music for unpleasant times, but hey! At least it's more fun to rock out to the apocalypse! RED VINYL
        
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