A few weeks after announcing their third album “Empty Plinths” and sharing a first preview with the single “Panic Room”, Grand Collapse are back with a new sensational single, called “Without Let or Hindrance”.
Cal, singer in the band, explains:
“On the inside of a British passport it reads: “Her Britannic Majesty’s sectary of state requests and requires in the Name of Her Majesty all those whom it may concern to allow the bearer to pass freely without let or hindrance, and to afford the bearer such assistance and protection as may be necessary.”
For a Country that is so actively hostile to anyone coming here, including refugees, I find this statement astounding.
British identity, which is steeped in Empire, is a pathetic shell of itself and watching these tossers hold on desperately to the tyranny of the past is cringe worthy.
This is a thrash monster, pure and simple. Full mosh mode!”
The song shows the thrash-core influences this new record has, among the many other references that should make fans of bands such as Propagandhi, Conflict and Bane very happy.
Preorders for a vinyl pressing with three different colours are being taken on the labels’ webstores.