Distro-y records announced they shall help to release Subordinate on their ‘Respect existence or expect resistance’ 12″ out in a few months time.
Hailing from the depths of the Irish North West, Subordinate breath new life to Irish hardcore scene showing there is more coming out of this Island than what the crust stronghold of Dublin has to offer. ‘Respect existence or expect resistance’ will be Subordinates first full length having unleashed a 12″ EP ‘To See Their Demise’. Evolving their sound into a lengthy crushing discernible force that grasps to influences from Spanish crust bands like Ekkaia and Madame German over an inherent Irish crust sound creating hardcore contortion overriden by politicalized lyrics through contrasting battling vocals.
‘Respect existence or expect resistance’ is scheduled for a July release with amazing artwork from Costin Chioreanu. For fans of Easpa Measa, Ekkaia and Expendable Youth. Recorded at The Hive with James Eager (Bacchus, Divisions Ruin) and to be mastered with Enormous Door mastering.
Looking forward to hearing the results!!
Listen to ‘To See Their Demise’
This will be a co-release with:
Distro-y Records, Chainbreaker Records, Anarchotic Records, A World We Never Made, Don’t Live Like Me Records, Pumpkin Records and Suburban White Trash Records.