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This week independent label Foreign Sounds has resurrected "The Newest Youth Rebellion," the punishing, sole LP from defunct South Carolina act Index For Potential Suicide.
The band's brief but potent romp through the pre-Y2K underground yielded one 7", a split 7" and this one LP over a year and a half of existence, making "The Newest Youth Rebellion" the act's swansong release.
Founding Index For Potential Suicide member Christopher Ashley has just re-released "The Newest Youth Rebellion" in a limited deluxe vinyl edition via his own DIY label, Foreign Sounds. Boasting new/updated artwork by Ashley, entertaining new liner notes on the band's lineage, a remake of the original poster and a digital download card, the 2013 version is out now in a strict run of 400 copies.
This Autumn, founding Index For Potential Suicide member Christopher Ashley will resurrect "The Newest Youth Rebellion" through a limited deluxe vinyl reissue via his own DIY label, Foreign Sounds.
Boasting new and updated artwork by Ashley, entertaining new liner notes on the band's lineage, a remake of the original poster, and a digital download card, the 2013 version will see release in a strict run of 400 copies on November 11th. The following press release was also issued about the band:
"One of the most chaotic acts to hail from South Carolina, ever, was Charleston-based Index For Potential Suicide. The band was born in the swampass Summer of 1998 and saw its demise only a year-and-a-half later, yet within such a limited existence, undoubtedly left an impressive set of lashes on the underground scene far beyond their own locale.
"Their static-soaked riffage embodying hardcore, powerviolence, screamo and experimental/noise elements all at once could feasibly be compared to Pageninetynine, In/Humanity, Acme, Discordance Axis, The Locust, Man Is The Bastard, Throbbing Gristle and Rorschach, sometimes in the same minute-long track. Amidst incessant regional gigs and several tours, the band quickly amassed an impressive arsenal of recordings in their brief stint as a unit, including one 7" EP, a split 7" with Usurp Synapse, and one brutalizing LP aptly entitled The Newest Youth Rebellion. More...