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Epidemic- Losing Control 7” ~PRE SADIST!

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Epidemic- Losing Control 7”.  Boston, MA's THE EPIDEMIC unleash their long overdue 2nd release "Losing Control". Recorded in 2007 this follow up to their fantastic "S/T" LP ended up being shelved due to first a bad mix followed by the tragic death of guitar player Matt Frado. In 2013 this killer session was finally remixed fixing the technical issues that plagued the original mix and the recordings are everything they should have been in the first place! This EP is 3 tracks of classic UK style punk. Catchy, melodic and hard hitting rawness that brings to mind bands like CONFLICT & ICONS OF FILTH. Members are now doing time in Sadist, Who Killed Spikey Jacket? and The Spoils.

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