Albums of the Year: Mitchell Roemer

Old Lines have always been a socially critical and political band. On the coop-EP To Build a Fire, these motives have seemingly been sharpened a lot though, with activist, author and lector Will Potter being given atmospheric space for energetic spoken word performances in between all that beastly hardcore. The result is a brave, haunting and important ten minute purification. And hefty reason, to ask Mitch Roemer for his five albums of the year.

True Widow – Avvolgere

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Bad Sports – Living with Secrets

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Rotten Sound – Abuse to Suffer

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Head Wound City – A New Wave of Violence

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Helms Alee – Stillicide

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