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  • Propagandhi

    Since forming in Manitoba in 1986, Propagandhi have brought an emphatic anti-fascist message to their music. Along with addressing a number of personal losses suffered in recent years, Victory Lap, the band's first full-length since 2012's Failed States, finds the band facing a landscape in which fascism is—among a certain crowd—suddenly trendy.

    Victory Lap also marks Propagandhi’s first album with new guitarist Sulynn Hago, who joins Samolesky, frontman Chris Hannah, and bassist Todd Kowalski. Replacing longtime guitarist David Guillas (who appears on several tracks on Victory Lap), Hago was added to the lineup after Propagandhi put out a call for audition tapes and received over 400 responses

  • TØRSÖ

    TØRSÖ started in 2013 armed with a powerful punk and hardcore sound with influences as geographically diverse as its members. One can hear the d-beating drums of DISCHARGE, the all-out speed attack of Swedish crust legends TOTALITÄR, and the stomping breaks of late-’80s N.Y.H.C. Lyrically, TØRSÖ does not rely on any of the hardcore clichés or spew overly simplistic lyrics that carry no real meaning. Instead, the band tackles issues of veganism, politics, mental health, displacement, and feminism at a time when the world needs it the most.

    After a self released demo tape, they caught the attention of German label Adagio830 who subsequently released the Community Psychosis 7” in 2014. The following year, the band released the Lp Sono Pronta a Morire on both Agipunk in Europe and Sorry State USA.

    After significant touring in Australia, Europe and North America, they teamed up with industry staple Revelation Records to release Build and Break in 2019, followed by Home Wrecked in 2021. 

     
  • La Armada

    La Armada’s focus is to leave their mark on heavy music. A punk band at heart, they utilize elements of Afro-Caribbean rhythms and metal to create a style as unique as their story. Formed in the Dominican Republic in 2001 from where they dominated the Caribbean scene for years, the band opted to take a leap and relocate to Chicago in 2008, where they still reside.

    Influenced by bands ranging from the Bad Brains to Death, they take elements from their native Island’s music to conjure a unique recipe; explosive live energy, and a clear cut narrative that highlights the effects of neo-colonialism on vulnerable communities.

    Whether headlining tours throughout the world or supporting the likes of Sick of it All, Propaghandi, Strung Out, Death by stereo, and more, La Armada has come to bring a vibrant spin to the scene.