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Extreme Noise Terror: Extreme Noise Terror

Album Review

Kings of UK crust punk come back screaming

Let crusty joy be unconfined.

Extreme Noise Terror are not just back, but on the kind of terrifyingly intense and belligerent form that first made them such a satisfying fist to the face nearly 30 years ago. Given how frequently hardcore punk has been hijacked by inane non-entities in recent decades, the sound of these veteran maniacs at full pelt seems even more thrilling, timely and necessary in 2015. It certainly helps that songs like Punk Rock Patrol and No One Is Innocent stick proudly and pointedly to the original, ultra-chaotic ENT sound.

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