1984 - Eye For An Eye.
way more Helter Skelter.

May 1984 - 2024: 40 years of: Eye For An Eye.

Hardcore just got harder.

The other side of the East-Coast ...not from the Tri-State or D.C. Area, but true hardcorepunk from Raleigh, North Carolina. Aside from the era's arena-metal takeover, this rebellion is from the stinkin' underground, it's all around you, it's all around us, from the West to the East's a CORROSION OF CONFORMITY.

Blasting doors and associated eardrums, hey "Tell Me" this "Poison Planet" ain't controlled by "Rabid Dogs" "Rednekkk". Short and fast, brutal and sweet, this "Not Safe" "Broken Will" is a violent pacification. This pungent erosion is real, it's "Indifferent" aggressive-rock doesn't "Coexist" with hate. Their career-long fight has just begun, the rules are simple: "Eye For An Eye".

Two outlooks are available for maximum destructive effect: original mix with singer Eric Eycke and re-recorded selections with singer / bassist Mike Dean.

Mixing both shades of blacks, from BLACK SABBATH to BLACK FLAG, this social corrosion would bloom into crossover-thrash with 1985's Animosity LP.

RIP Reed Mullin (1966-2020)

Eye For An Eye = full LP
Live in Virginia in 1983
Interview in 1984

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