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The Few, The Proud, The Brutal

by New Society Of Anarchists

Brutal, raw, in-your-face political old-school hard core from the streets of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Metalcore
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1. Pressure Point
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2. Bloodbath U.s.a.
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3. Still Birth
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4. Brotherhood
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5. Desensatized
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6. Now Is the Time
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7. Disestablishmentarianism
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8. The Few, the Proud, the Brutal
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9. Let's Go (rally 2k)
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10. Can't Look Back
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11. Addicted
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12. Home Invasion
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13. Idiot Breed (feat Billy Milano of S.O.D.)
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14. Boundaries of Neglect
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Album Notes
Brotherhood and Unity. In a new scene that seems to despise togetherness and a united front, NEW SOCIETY OF ANARCHISTS doesn't let up on the message "UNITE THE KIDS, UNITE THE SCENE". We try to set a higher standard on ourselves so we can overcome the pettiness, the racism, the gangs, the trends, and the injustice that we get our noses rubbed in every day...

NEW SOCIETY OF ANARCHISTS came together in 1990 when Zakk and Arlo (brothers) asked Jason (cousin) to start a band. They found a drummer and started setting up shows through out Milwaukee. In 93-94 they put out their first self-titled cd only to have it fall on deaf ears. Having creative difficulties, the drummer was dismissed.

Disappointed but not discouraged, NEW SOCIETY OF ANARCHISTS pushed on, continuing to hone their misunderstood style of hardcore, thrash and punk. In '96 they put out "SLAM! STOMP! MOSH! CRUSH!". This powerful cd landed them a slot on the '96 VANS WARPED TOUR giving the band their first taste of the road and breaking them into the national circuit.

After the WARPED TOUR, NEW SOCIETY OF ANARCHISTS went back into the studio to record "RIOT GUN", the band's third release. Before "RIOT GUN" was released, they dismissed the drummer because he was unable to tour...

So the search for a drummer began. NEW SOCIETY OF ANARCHISTS had been in this position before. They knew they needed someone with a lot of heart and passion for music. Someone that felt a part of the family. Augie was playing in an upcoming local band. NEW SOCIETY OF ANARCHISTS liked his style so they stole him. Augie joined the band and right away Zakk, Arlo, and Jason could feel a reborn sense of untamed energy. So through out '97 and '98 NEW SOCIETY OF ANARCHISTS played the local circuit and toured independently throughout the U.S.

After the road time, NEW SOCIETY OF ANARCHISTS hit the studio in 1999 and put out a powerful and agressive cd entitled "GAGGED BY THE FLAG". This album had the energy and power the band was looking for with vocals in your face telling you like it is backed by 10 million watts of rage-driven music pounding it into your head like a jackhammer.

NEW SOCIETY OF ANARCHISTS has toured with "GAGGED BY THE FLAG" throughout 1999 and 2000 on their "GUERILLA WARFARE TOUR 2000" and continued on through 2001 in support of their latest release "THE FEW, THE PROUD, THE BRUTAL" produced by NYC hardcore legend BILLY MILANO.

NEW SOCIETY OF ANARCHISTS doesn't pull any punches. They come direct and true. Hard from the streets they grew up on. Not tough guys, just working-class kids struggling to break free from the poverty and pain of the inner-city. Music is our salvation. Music is our release.



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The Few The Proud, the Brutal
Old school thrash punk rock with some tuff break downs.
These sound alot like BioHazard, Wrong Side of the
Tracks era. The singer sounds alot like Evan fron
Biohazrd at times. There's some ok shit on here, and
they mix it up alot, which is cool. The thrash parts are
cool. Unite the Kids is a cool song on this one, as well
as Now is the Time. There are 14 songs on this bad
boy, and this CD is produced by the Speak English of Die legend BILLY MILLANO.
(S.O.D., MO.D. fame.) If you want more info on these guys, check out their website at:


for all the biohazard fans check this cd out it kicksssssssss


"You breed the killer/you plant the seed/Encode the anger/Idiot breed", one of the chants that this street-smart hardcore outfit angrily proclaims. With the force of a
baseball bat to your unsuspecting melon NEW SOCIETY OF ANARCHISTS are one of those hard as nails bands that pull from their heroes in the New York
Hardcore scene and show you what they can do with it. NSA's newest CD "THE FEW, THE PROUD, THE BRUTAL" takes you for a ride through the inner city
angst-ridden minds of these Milwaukee gents to let you know what pisses them off. With lyrics concerning inter scene fighting, unity, betrayal, neglect, the pain of
everyday life on down the line, there's nothing here you haven't heard before. Along the same lines as the aforementioned NYHC scene these four tattooed brutes
pull the sound from "the big apple" and relate it to their lives in "the big beer can" (or whatever Milwaukee's claim to fame is, besides Laverne and Shirley and the
Metalfest) and rattle off 14 tracks of purely anger driven beatdown core. Think Agnostic Front and Madball. Think tattoos and circle pits. Think bloody knuckles
and stage pile-ons. Fans of Sick Of It All, Pro-Pain and the like, this is for you. Yeah, this is by the book hardcore, but it's not bad. The production on every one of
these adrenaline charged pit anthems is killer, produced by none other than your worst nightmare Billy Milano (S.O.D., M.O.D., etc.) who throws in a guest spot on
the lyrics beginning this review. So this isn't something new to write home to mom about, but within its quick life (clocking in just under twenty seven minutes start
to finish) this one will have you windmilling in your bedroom and stagediving off the kitchen sink in no time.


"One of the best and heaviest albums to come out of the midwest in recent years. One word...hardcore!"


"The name says it all! It's like getting hit with Tesla's
Earthquake Machine!"