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Liberteer

From: CA, United States
Last Known Status: Active

Latest Liberteer News

Below is our complete Liberteer news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Relapse Records Offering Free Sampler For Download

Relapse Records has released a new free winter sampler, which can be download at bandcamp or streamed in the player below. The track listing is as follows:

1. Pig Destroyer - Sis 01:14
2. Ironhorse - Failure 03:03
3. Weapon - Vanguard Of The Morning Star 04:19
4. Baroness - March to the Sea 03:11
5. Royal Thunder - Blue 09:30
6. Christian Mistress - Haunted Hunted 05:57
7. Hooded Menace - Effigies of Evil 05:35
8. Serpentine Path - Crotalus Horridus Horridus 06:27
9. Inverloch - The Menin Road 06:21
10. Dying Fetus - From Womb To Waste 04:56
11. Murder Construct - Compelled by Mediocrity 02:44
12. Spawn Of Possession - Where Angels Go Demons Follow 05:38
13. Primate - Global Division 02:30
14. Horseback - Ahriman 03:55
15. Locrian - Chalk Point 08:13
16. 16 - Ants in my Bloodstream 04:34
17. Liberteer - Build No System 01:34
18. General Surgery - Like An Ever Flying Limb 02:25
19. Cripple Bastards - Senza Impronte 02:09
20. Blockheads - Famine 01:40
21. Death - Living Monstrosity 05:08 More...

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Liberteer Streaming Entire Album Online

California anarcho-grinders Liberteer are currently streaming their entire debut album, "Better To Die on Your Feet Than Live On Your Knees." via Lambgoat at this location.

The band’s debut album was released on January 31st in North America and is set to drop on February 13th in Europe via Relapse Records. Ordering information is available here. More...

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Liberteer Streaming "I Am Spartacus"

California's Liberteer has premiered a brand new track titled "I Am Spartacus" online through Metal Sucks. The song is available online here.

"I Am Spartacus" is taken off the band's debut "Better To Die on Your Feet Than Live On Your Knees." Relapse Records issued the following statement about Liberteer:

"The creation of Matthew Widener (CRETIN, CITIZEN), Liberteer is a manifestation of total anarchy, driven by an incendiary lyrical message designed to burn the system down! The band’s debut album will see it’s release on January 31st of 2012 via Relapse Records. Pre-orders are available now at this location."

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Liberteer Streaming New Album Title Track

California anarcho-grinders Liberteer have debuted the title track off their forthcoming debut album, "Better To Die on Your Feet Than Live On Your Knees." You can check out the song by heading over to Liberteer Facebook profile at this location. Relapse Records commented on the band:

"The creation of Matthew Widener (CRETIN, CITIZEN), Liberteer is a manifestation of total anarchy, driven by an incendiary lyrical message designed to burn the system down! The band’s debut album will see it’s release on January 31st of 2012 via Relapse Records. Pre-orders are available now at this location."

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Liberteer Signs With Relapse

Relapse Records has issued the following announcement about inking a deal with Liberteer:

"Relapse Records is extremely proud to announce the signing of California anarcho-grinders Liberteer. The creation of Matthew Widener (Cretin, Citizen), Liberteer is a manifestation of total anarchy, driven by an incendiary lyrical message designed to burn the system down!

"The band’s debut album, entitled 'Better To Die on Your Feet Than Live On Your Knees,' will see it’s release on January 31st of 2012. The album artwork and pre-orders are available now at this location."

Widener commented on the formation of the band and the upcoming debut: "My thoughts on politics slowly changed over the past six years. In Citizen I had a sense of outrage about our government, but because it still supported the idea of state, it doesn't make much sense to me now. I've come to embrace the ideas of anarchy. The old band name, Citizen, represents a system of exclusion and nationalism, things I can't stand now, so I had to rename the band and change a lot of things. I think the good things about the music are still there—the thematic, major-key riffs, the d-beats and blasts—but the message is now pure.

"The album is one long song, with a handful of the coolest riffs reappearing as leitmotifs, like a pissed off opera made of blasts and d-beats. It's utterly relentless. Plus, there's a training montage at the halfway point."

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