The Suicide Machines Battle Hymns on Limited Edition Colored LP
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Since core bandmates Dan Lukacinsky and Jason Navarro formed Suicide Machines in Detroit, MI circa 1991, the group has released six powerful punk manifestos: Destruction By Definition (1996), Battle Hymns (1998), The Suicide Machines (2000), Steal This Record (2001), A Match and Some Gasoline (2003) and War Profiteering Is Killing Us All (2005). Fads like pop-punk and the ska revival come and go, but the Suicide Machines proved long ago that they can and will outlast any trend.
Originally available as a super limited pressing in the late-90's, the group's second full-length Battle Hymns, with its iconic Sheppard Fairey cover art, is back in print on vinyl in 2016. The Suicide Machines followed up their epic major label debut, Destruction By Definition, with an even thrashier, harder edged, ska tinged classic record here. With twenty-two songs, and only four coming in over two minutes long, this definitive record is a must have in your ska-core collection!