The long-running Subhumans (UK) are back with a new LP, Crisis Point, on September 13 on Pirates Press Records.
Active from 1980-1985 and then reunited in the 2000s, the band last released Internal Riot in 2007 on their own Bluurg Records.
"Sorry about the decade wait for something new, we don't get to practice much! Anyways, it's a stormer, with ten new songs about terror/pollution/mind control...and similar reflections on a world in crisis," frontman Dick Lucas says of the new record.
The band is known for its polical lyrcis, and the anarcho-punk UK scene of the 1980s.
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