Dead FM is a solid effort put out by Strike Anywhere. It didn't really know what to expect going into it, but i was pleasantly surprised. I never really expected it to live up to Exit English or Change is a Sound, but it's close behind them. I've always loved Strike Anywhere for /5(10).
Intensive touring and a well-deserved hiatus kept Strike Anywhere out of the studio for an extended period, and when they did go back in, they took their time. So although it's been three years since their last album, Exit English, Dead FM's been well worth the wait. Always a highly politicized band, although never given to polemics, Strike Anywhere have now reached an apotheosis, or perhaps 8/
Sep 01, · House Arrest Lyrics: Hear the clock ticks, like the bombs / Of history, jail time / Ticking outside / They keep us treading the lines, the stocks and figures / Hands shake then triggers / .
Dead FM is the third studio album by Strike Anywhere. It was recorded April at Salad Days Studios by Brian McTernan. It contains songs that focus on the band's leftist political views, as well as branching out to discuss issues such as singer Thomas Barnett's grandfather's work on the Manhattan Project on the opening track 'Sedition'. It Genre: Hardcore Punk, punk rock, pop punk, .
Jul 30, · Listening to Strike Anywhere's new album Dead FM improved my day today. After reading about the upcoming ABC movie violation known as "The Path to 9/11", it was difficult for me to do anything. Yet one play of Dead FM had me up and slam dancing around my office while howling at the witty invectives screamed out by vocalist Tom Barnett/5(10).