Haujobb – New World March 11-11-2011 [The Uncut Review]

Bad reviews, good reviews; it really doesn’t fucking matter… Since the Metropolis Records release of Haujobb’s “Verticle Theory” circa 2003 we have yet to see another release from the German Renegades of noise Dejan Samardiz and Daniel Myer until now…

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After almost a decade so many different projects going through Daniel’s busy head (Architect, Destroid, Covenant, Touring with Alan Wilder of Recoil/Depeche Mode just to mention a few…) that a new album is only a few days from this blog post.

As the the US and other parts of the world protest against the Occupy Wall Street we find ourselves fighting against corporations who have created laws, and almost flawless laws passed that we are all slapped on the face with. Contracts binding out tooth, blood and nail that we have worked to the grind for all of our lives.

People are simply tired of these situations; Home foreclosures, Banks grabbing out wallets like the legal thugs they are, Credit debt/interest increases without warning…the list goes on-and-on-and-fucking-on-and-on.

There is a New World March coming, and this album is just a soundtrack in its future path. Enjoy the new album “Haujobb – New World March” coming out this Friday to a record store near you. People are sick and tired of it all, and I know you are too.
Click on the link below for the Haujobb website:

Haujobb Official Website

Blessed be,

Michael G. Stone

P.S. Fuck the critic, and thank you to the fans.

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~ by The Distorted Poet on November 8, 2011.

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