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steak and metal

buy it you p*ssy

Yeah!

This album rocks! High powered punk at it's best.

Bought this album circa 2002. Still rocking today.

I had not even heard of Death by Stereo in 2002, but they came to town and opened for Bleeding Through, and they blew the roof off the joint. Just killed it. Upstaged Bleeding Through in my opinion. I bought all of their CDs from the merch section and I still jam to those songs today. Hardcore, punk, metal, hating the government. I can't speak for their other albums, I never really continued to follow their material but this album is very very good. The songs are very similar in breakdown, and what they're singing about, and that's OK. It definitely has a punk feel, so that's to be expected. I embraced it. Because for 12 years I've had some of these songs on my gym playlist. Listening to it makes me want to break things and hurt people, so iron weights are probably a better release. If you need to trial check out Desperation Train, 91, and Porno, Sex, Drugs, Lies, Money and your Local Government. If you can get down to those songs you'll love it. If you not then you probably have crap taste in music.

Biography

Formed: 1996 in California

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Death by Stereo is an aggressive metal/hardcore hybrid from Southern California, who took its name from a line in the 1987 vampire flick The Lost Boys. The band's lineup underwent numerous changes throughout its careeer, but the guys always persevered with a "never give up, never give in" mantra held close. After getting together in 1996 and releasing a demo and 7", Efrem Shulz (vocals), Paul Miner (bass), Jim Miner (guitar), Keith Barney (guitar) (who'd replaced original guitarist Ian Fowles), and...
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