Bad Breeding – “Exiled” LP
“A group with a keen eye for social injustice and establishment venality, expressed in hollered tones over a full-throttle, enervating soundclash of anarcho punk, hardcore and noiserock, their third album ‘Exiled’ was fuelled by the last 12 months in (primarily) British politics: a nation circling the drain while forever eyeing the plughole. Partly, anyway.” – Sorry State
A welcome return of the early 80s black and white poster sleeve, providing a further link to the anarcho punk past for Hertfordshires’ angry songs, Bad Breeding. A album that is fast, angry, loud and furiously energetic. But, weirdly, without any trace of your common, garden variety hardcore punk. Like the last thirty years never happened… Much like our current political climate. For which this album is such an apt soundtrack.