Dripfed is a female fronted five piece band from Denver Colorado, and on this 10″ there’s 4 songs that clock in at just under sixteen minutes. Amidst a full aural assault of crusty d-beat style metal, the lyrics of these songs deal with American Indian issues such as uranium mining and westward expansion / manifest destiny. the title track, UXO is about the remaining landmines in Laos and the unjustified involvement of the US military in south Asian political affairs, especially during the Veitnam war era. released in 2011 on Denver label Less Art records, this band is a gem for anyone who likes crusty metallic punk rock. if Dripfed comes to your town, go see them; you wont be disappointed!
We’re making the old print issues of Profane Existence Magazine available as downloadable PDF files, and will begin working our way backwards through time. Here is the last edition of the printed PE magazines from Fall 2011…
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- Boneshaker Books interview
- BURNT CROSS interview
- KONTRASEKT interview
- DRIPFED interview
- WAR//PLAGUE interview
- Peace Ridge Sanctuary interview
- Moshpit Tragedy Records interview
- Featured artist Daniel Shaw
- Mosh Against Monsanto
- New band profiles
- Columns from Anti-Christy, Bitty, Stinkbot, Damien Inbred, Diamond Doug, Josh Mosh, Mandapocalypse, Leffer, Ben Axiom and Newt
- Letters, reviews and more.
With the 10 year celebration of 911 coming up it would have been easy for me to dive into an essay on the what really happened on 911. I will admit I am a “truther”…I’ll leave it at that. If you want to have some conversation on that topic or related issues I am game. firstname.lastname@example.org
But then I read the article that I provided the link to below and of course I had an opinion…
Respect for the dead…Do I have respect for the dead? I suppose I respect life more than I consciously respect the dead. The dead are…well, they are dead. I respect the lives and memories of some who died. I respect my Grandma and the memories I have of her, her life and our times together. I respect the achievements of many who have passed…
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