Tag Archive: Government Warning

Signifying Nothing Top 100 Of The 2000s

9 Shocks Terror, Zen & The Art Of Beating Your Ass LP, USA, 2002 86 Mentality, Self Titled 7″, USA, 2004 2000 Maniacs, State College Hardcore 7″, USA, 2005 ABC Weapons, The Process Of Decay LP, Australia, 2005 Abusive Action, Unbreakable Demo, Netherlands, 2004 Amdi Petersens Arme, Self Titled 7″, Denmark, 2000 Annihilation Time, Self Titled LP, USA, 2003 Avskum, Punkista LP, USA, 2002 Bloodkrow Butcher, Demo, USA, 2009 Born In Hell, Demo Tape, USA, 2004 Breathing Fire, Demo, USA, 2004 Burn, The Last Great Sea 7″, USA, 2002 Call The Police, 1984 In 2004 LP, USA, 2004 Calvary, Outnumbered…
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Signifying Nothing Episode 04×02

Taste of Fear-Pro Life=No Mind (Split With Disrupt) Madball-We Should Care (Ball of Destruction) Agnostic Front-Crucial Changes (United Blood) Obliteration-Fascist System (Self Titled) Capital Scum-Final Nail In My Coffin (Clutch The Flag) Cop Out-Burned Down (Self Titled) Mind Eraser-Withdrawal Symptoms (The Prodigal Son Brings Death) His Hero Is Gone-Leash (Fifteen Counts of Arson) The Proletariat-Bread & Circus (Soma Holiday) Government Warning-Arrested (Arrested) Trauma-Policy of War (Demo) Political Asylum-Flight of Fancy (Solitary) Fear of God-Two Sides of the Coin (As Statues Fall) War Cry-The New Age (Not So Distant Future) Messiah Force-Silent Tyrant (Female Fronted Heavy Metal 1976-1989 Disc Two) Off!-I…
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Government Warning-No Moderation

Government Warning No Moderation LP Feral Ward Records Another great record from Government Warning. Sharing members with the excellent Wasted Time and Direct Control, this band plays hardcore not dissimilar to many early southern California bands. Battalion of Saints seems to be a heavy influence on this particular album. Unfortunately, it looks like this one is out of print. I need to review this shit faster!

Government Warning-Arrested

Government Warning Arrested 7” Grave Mistake Records Government Warning have been one of the best bands of the past five years. Featuring members of Direct Control, they play fast California hardcore similar to TSOL, Adolescents, and Battalion of Saints. A few songs on here are heavy and melodic, reminding me a lot of the first Adolescents record. Other songs are faster, straight forward hardcore. This is an excellent record and a great introduction to the band for people who haven’t heard them. Still available from Grave Mistake Records.

This Week’s Memo

One of my students pointed this out the other day: our War-Pig-In-Chief Barack Obama continues the wars of the previous administration (and seems to be moving them to Pakistan as well). So much for “change,” suckers. My student then commented sarcastically, “boy, isn’t it great that there are monthly protests in Washington to end the war since Obama got in?” Oh. Whoops. Yeah. Funny how that all stopped once Bush was out of office. Democrats are just as pathetic as Republicans. The only reason anyone marches now is when Jon Stewart commands it. How pathetic. Monsanto, Coca Cola, Microsoft, and Blackwater…
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Signifying Nothing Episode Thirteen

Playlist Egghunt-We All Fall Down Flag Of Democracy-Baby Sitter Hail Of Rage-The Feeling’s Mutual God Forgot-Sex Is A Weapon Neanderthal-Built For Brutality Outburst-The Hard Way Raw Deal-Backtrack Raw Deal-Brightside Life’s Blood-Counting On Breakdown-Dissed & Dismissed Maximum Penalty-Hate Uppercut-Am I Clear? Sheer Terror-Not Giving Up Deadline-No End Hot Snakes-Suicide Invoice His Hero Is Gone-Unleash Chopping Block-213 Honeywell-Mesh Control 108-Scandal Government Warning-See The Truth Career Suicide-No Bullshit Iron Boots-Crashing Down Get Down-Get Down Spazz-Mad At The World

July 8th 2006: Forward To Death-Government Warning-Career Suicide-Splitting Headache-Wasted Time

July 8th 2006 Forward To Death–Government Warning–Career Suicide–Splitting Headache–Wasted Time This was my first show in awhile. I made the quick journey up to Toms River alone this time around. I think Dave had to work at the last minute and well, that’s about the only other person who goes to shows with me around here. After getting dinner I hit up the Log Cabin, which is quickly becoming a great place for shows. New Jersey’s own Splitting Headache opened up and played a great set. They played a good mix of songs from their EP and some new ones,…
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