Featuring 12 tracks, just shy of 30 minutes total length, "The Global Cannibal" is thematically influenced by the current political GWBush mis administration. For me Dave Trenga has always been able to write clever, emotive and down right offensive lyrics! Its rare these days to have a band that seem to hit the nail on the head every time! Whether its from politics to unethical industry's, Behind Enemy Lines has that 'spit in your face' attitude that will leave you hungry for more! This record is nothing short of relentless from start to finish! I first heard the title track on Profane Existence's 15 year anniversary comp and had my mind blown. Their writing style is incredible, especially shown in the way they overlap vocals. Not to mention this is some of the most profound lyrical content around right now. A must have.
Know Your Enemy [reissue] (2005)
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The legendary crust classic is now available once again!
All original artwork label logos updated with three different vinyl color options. It spread like wildfire in a pre internet era within a genre that mostly depended on tape trading. It was like a wake up call that opened the eyes and ears to many punks the world over.
Best viewed without Internet Explorer, in x resolution or higher. More than a year ago, I was introduced to hardcore punk with bands such as Dayglo Abortions, Toxic Narcotic, Black Flag, and Aus-Rotten, the latter of the four being my favorite punk band. I was previously into thrash bands like Stormtroopers of Death and M. When I heard crossover, I used to think of songs about milk and songs that jokingly pay tribute to dead musicians. Behind Enemy Lines is a crossover band that tackles political and social issues, rather than go into silly tangents a la thrash metal.