Born/Dead / Endless War....Repetition
Album: Endless War....Repetition   Collection:General
Artist:Born/Dead   Added:Sep 2006

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2006-10-01 Pull Date: 2006-12-03 Charts: Loud
Week Ending: Dec 3 Nov 26 Nov 19 Nov 12 Nov 5 Oct 29 Oct 22 Oct 15
Airplays: 2 3 1 3 3 4 3 5

Recent Airplay
1. Aug 07, 2010: Scatterbrain Radio
4. Jan 24, 2007: Baptism of Solitude (Favorite hardcore, punk and metal releases of 2006)
Endless War
2. Jul 17, 2010: Scatterbrain Radio
Comfort In Ignorance
5. Dec 03, 2006: Multiple Personality Disorder
Endless War
3. Apr 07, 2010: public noize racket
No Options
6. Dec 01, 2006: Carrots & Sticks... But Mostly Sticks - Orrin Hatch Edition
Endless War

Album Review
Reviewed 2006-10-02
BORN/DEAD – “Endless War…Repetition” CD (Prank)
Excellent Bay Area political hardcore. Relentless and catchy at the same time. Pure hardcore, no metal influences and no metalcore influences. Leaning towards a late 80s thrashy sound like POISON IDEA but heavier. Most tracks are fast, dual vocalists you can understand, and anarchist lyrics.
**1. Dramatic simple buildup which kicks into a speedy song connecting economics to wars. Basically fuck capitalism.
2. Not far from track one connecting lack of freedom and being a wage slave.
**3. Speedy thrasher about objectification.
4. Repetitive in an annoying way. More about freedom and the government watching you.
**5. NECROS cover. Starts slow, then gets fast. Slightly raw and punk.
6. Intense medium paced punkish track.
7. Slow and pummeling.
8. FCC (hard to hear fucks) Speedy anti-government/anarchist track.
**9. FCC (3 fucks) One of their best live tracks and one that sounds a lot like their last album. Catchy and pissed.
**10. Sounds a lot like the last track with nice breakdown.
11. FCC. Slow bass intro into slow hardcore into their usual speedy sound about a minute in. The last minute goes back to the slow sound and the track ends with 30 seconds of piano.
Great stuff -mph

Track Listing
1. Endless War   5. No Options
2. Mind Control   6. Repetition
3. Final Role   7. Democracy
4. Security   8. Religion
  9. Comfort In Ignorance