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DISCHARGE Release New Music Video For "The Broken Law"


UK hardcore punk legends DISCHARGE released their latest album End Of Days on April 29th, 2016 via Nuclear Blast.

In collaboration with German Rock Hard Magazine, the band presents a new video clip for the song "The Broken Law" today. The video was shot in autumn 2017 in London by Stuart Sterling.

The band states:
"So what do we have to say bout this video ? Nothing. The words and the images in the video speak for themselves... this is the world we are living in."

Check it out here: 

Order End Of Days now:

The track list racks up as follows:

01. New World Order
02. Raped And Pillaged
03. End Of Days
04. The Broken Law
05. False Flag Entertainment
06. Meet Your Maker
07. Hatebomb
08. It Can’t Happen Here
09. Infected
10. Killing Yourself To Live
11. Looking At Pictures Of Genocide
12. Hung Drawn And Quartered
13. Population Control
14. The Terror Alert
15. Accessories By Molotov (Part 2)

More on End Of Days:
Track-By-Track #1:
Track-By-Track #2:
Track-By-Track #3:

Nov 18th – Ilfracombe Holiday Park, Ilfracombe
Dec 1st – Waterloo Music Bar, Blackpool
Dec 16th – The Witchwood, Manchester
Dec 22nd – Stoke, Underground
Jan 13th – London, 100 Club
Jan 20th – Evesham, The Valkyrie
Feb 3rd – Wakefield, Warehouse 23
Feb 9th – Tunbridge Wells, Forum
Feb 10th – London, New Cross Inn
April 21st – Birmingham, The Castle & Falcon
May 5th – Pontypridd, Muni Arts Centre
May 11th – Belfast, Voodoo
May 12th – Dublin, Voodoo
Aug 2nd – 5th – Rebellion Festival, Blackpool Winter Gardens


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