Plague Vendor + Gurewitz =

2018-08-09 by JohnFire | 3 Comments
California's Plague Vendor have released their first song since 2016's Bloodsweat. "I Only Speak In Friction" was produced by Bad Religion guitarist / Epitaph boss Brett Gurewitz and engineered by Morgan Stratton (Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Death Grips, Future Islands).

Listen/buy for a dollar here:
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/0OIqfntE6azdMEPPjNQYM0
Bandcamp: https://plaguelyfe.bandcamp.com/album/i-only-speak-in-friction



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Papa Universe
August 9th 2018
18584 Comments


well, colour me pink... and excited.
the song is a tad repetitive, but still fun

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LeisureMuffin
August 9th 2018
26 Comments


poop

JohnFire
August 11th 2018
600 Comments


I like this SO MUCH still. Didn't like Bloodsweat as much as Free To Eat as I thought it lost some punk elements. This however is a totally different beast. That beat. This is my kind of Pop Punk I guess ;)



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