Propagandhi stream new album
2012-08-27 by Mark Campbell | 43 Comments

Propagandhi has posted their upcoming album Failed States for streaming on Facebook and other sites. The album is due from Epitaph Records on September 4th in various physical/digital formats.

https://www.facebook.com/Propagandhi/app_178091127385

http://exclaim.ca/MusicVideo/ClickHear/propagandhi-failed_states_album_stream

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Band Page: Propagandhi

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Trist66
August 27th 2012

145 Comments


Oh my God fuck my ass this is delicious

StrizzMatik
August 27th 2012

3158 Comments


AOTY

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
August 27th 2012

48591 Comments


It's wag

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ShadowRemains
August 27th 2012

19445 Comments


it's awesome

manicmonkey
August 27th 2012

446 Comments


nice artwork

PuddlesPuddles
August 27th 2012

4705 Comments


Liking, gonna have to remember to physically grab

minimesmyidol
August 27th 2012

180 Comments


fuck yes, artwork is sex
and didnt know they were on Epitaph now...good for them


Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
August 27th 2012

48591 Comments


epitaph has gone to shit though


BlackTaxi2d
August 27th 2012

89 Comments


fuck me, this rules

also fuck the punkers (not in a good way) on their page saying this is too proggy.


BlueW
August 27th 2012

2092 Comments


rattan cane is da shit

wabbit
August 27th 2012

6763 Comments


I dunno about this at all.

JackSparrow
August 27th 2012

1686 Comments


Holy fuck this is awesome

drasticaction74
August 28th 2012

1676 Comments


dobis P dobis P dobis P dobis P dobis P dobis P dobis P DO DO DO DO DO DO

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Regulator
August 28th 2012

594 Comments


digging it so far!

Nikkolae
August 28th 2012

4411 Comments


omg this is AWESOME

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marksellsuswallets
August 28th 2012

4848 Comments


Not as much of an instant classic as Supporting Caste but fuck me those riffs...

Spec
August 28th 2012

26847 Comments


Not sure if it's better than Supporting Caste need a few more listens.

Spec
August 28th 2012

26847 Comments


Saying this is too proggy? Fuck it, I don't know what prog means anymore.

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
August 28th 2012

23671 Comments


oh man I can't listen to this yet. does it rule? is it better than Supporting Caste?

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Spec
August 28th 2012

26847 Comments


Sofar I don't think it's better. More consistent I guess, I don't know, it rocks hard!

Emim
August 28th 2012

26205 Comments


Lol, sup Kris

Spec
August 28th 2012

26847 Comments


Haha you saw his Facebook eh what a fucking outcast.

Emim
August 28th 2012

26205 Comments


Yeah I'm Zach

Satellite
August 28th 2012

19933 Comments


this destroys

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Ire
August 28th 2012

41474 Comments


the world

Spec
August 28th 2012

26847 Comments


Be my friend.

Ire
August 28th 2012

41474 Comments


ok

Spec
August 28th 2012

26847 Comments


yay

Local
August 28th 2012

7 Comments


So good, this album is fantastic.

Shogun
August 28th 2012

399 Comments


Im staying patient and waiting for my copy to arrive on the 3rd. Really cant wait.

A question though, Is there any (some-what) lighter songs on this ala Dear Coach's Corner, Without Love etc? or is this just a full-out assault?



wabbit
August 28th 2012

6763 Comments


there is nothing like dear coach's corner.

scissorlocked
August 28th 2012

3483 Comments


it's good but nowhere near supporting caste i think

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itchy
August 28th 2012

243 Comments


This is fucking amazing, it's almost scary how much I like this already... I rarely like a record on the first listen.

Spec
August 28th 2012

26847 Comments


Coaches Corner isn't a light song.

ShadowRemains
August 28th 2012

19445 Comments


Rattan Cane has a very crusty vibe to it, especially with the sludgy intro...awesome shit

Shogun
August 29th 2012

399 Comments


For those who buying the album, there is three bonus tracks in the offering if you pre-order from their site.

Ill say it again, I cant fucking wait to hear this!

Spec
August 29th 2012

26847 Comments


I preordered it. Know nothing about a bonus track though.

Shogun
August 29th 2012

399 Comments


yeah, if you purchased from their offical webstore, you will recieve an email with a download code around the time of release.

Three bonus songs no less!

someguest
August 29th 2012

18941 Comments


the raddest dudes in music

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Spec
August 29th 2012

26847 Comments


Well it was from their official web store!

Also comes with a shirt.

WeepingBanana
August 29th 2012

9902 Comments


listening right now, pree good. gonna take a few more listens to decide if it's better than Supporting Caste though

Spec
August 29th 2012

26847 Comments


I'm not sure that it is. Could end up being.

StrizzMatik
August 29th 2012

3158 Comments


Leaning towards this being their best, or at least tied with TETA



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