With these 9 songs, REMISSION delivers us a sound reminiscent of late 80's and early 90's bands such as Verbal Assault, One Step Ahead and Uniform Choice, but with a unique touch that makes this record a very progressive piece, with both awesome vocal and guitar works. Lyrically this album is absolutely powerful and insightful, but direct at the same time. It goes from personal topics like true love and self-criticism, to social stuff like brutal consequences of Pinochet's dictatorship in Chile, the illusion of patriotism, social discrimination and imposition to believe in a dude with long hair, by our parents and society. These lyrics encourage you in a positive way to think for yourself and to struggle for what you think is fair in this sick world. remission live shows could give you an idea that hardcore is more than music. This record is so amazing that I had to repress it on Assault. To celebrate this, the guys came up with a new cover and we had it pressed on dark purple vinyl to match it. Split release with AMENDMENT RECORDS.