Destroy the Machines

Destroy the Machines

by Earth Crisis

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Destroy the Machines

Focused and extremely heavy, Destroy the Machines represented a huge leap forward in the recording career of Earth Crisis. Released in 1995, this full-length debut from the band is the all-time best-selling disc in the Victory Records catalog, and with good reason. After recording a few successful but relatively tame 7" EPs, Earth Crisis really shook the world of hardcore with this punchy collection of metallic straight edge fury. Displaying a rare talent for the development of original yet supremely heavy riffs, the men of Earth Crisis brought a musical directness to Destroy the Machines that easily matches their politically volatile lyrics. Standout cuts include "Forced March," "The Discipline," and "Inherit the Wasteland" that, like the rest of this disc, burn with resentment directed at those who (in the estimation of vocalist Karl Buechner) bring contamination and death to the earth and the defenseless creatures that reside on it. It's hard to think that there are many hardcore fans who don't own this recording, but any listener who leans toward that side of the metal spectrum should definitely consider purchasing this record at the earliest possible opportunity.

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Release Date: 05/25/1995
Label: Victory Records
UPC: 0746105002227
catalogNumber: 22

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Destroy the Machines 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This defines hardcore.Very heavy with understandable vocals.This is Earth Crisis best album.A very positive album from one of the best Straight Edge bands to date.Destroy The Machines is a cd that you wont be dissapointed you bought.It includes great breakdowns,and will have you hardcore dancing in your own living room.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one of the most amazing hardcore records ever made, period. if your 35 or 15 and go to shows you should own this and listen to it.