No Redeeming Social Value
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Below is our complete No Redeeming Social Value 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.
New York hardcore outfit No Redeeming Social Value has issued a statement regarding the death of Anal Cunt frontman and founder, Seth Putnam, who died yesterday from a suspected heart attack. The group's message reads as follows:
"R.I.P. Seth Putnam of Anal Cunt. Truly a sad day it is that we have lost such a tremendous talent. NRSV has enjoyed playing w/ A.C. over the years as they were one of the best, and most revolutionary bands of our time. Never again will we hear/ play 'Anal Cunt Sucks and They're All Gay' w/o thinking of Seth and his awesome talent. See you in Hell my friend!"
Every week we talk to bands from all over the world and hear some of their favourite stories from the mosh pit. This week, Dean Miller of New York hardcore veterans No Redeeming Social Value shares his story about getting into the spirit of another culture:
"Every NRSV show is a free for all fun extravaganza of ill behavior! So on our recent Japan tour, in Osaka our naked tour manager and crew Sumo wrestle other members of the other bands in the pit and they are covered in sweat and mud and bee. The matches lasted a good half hour and then NRSV played, then after our set a bachelor party free for all drum and bass party broke out. We partied until after the sun came up... then played another show!"
No Redeeming Social Value recently released a new live album entitled, "High In Holland." You can read all about it, along with a history of the band and much more, by checking out our recent interview with vocalist Dean Miller.
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New York’s hardcore punk party outfit No Redeeming Social Value has teamed up with Stereokiller.com for a full album stream of the forthcoming live CD, "High In Holland." The 19-song beer-drinking extravaganza, which was recorded at the Dynamo in Eindhoven, can be heard in its entirety at this locaiton. "High In Holland" will hit stores on September 7th on Dead City Records.
The album was recorded on October 18th, 2007 on the “Still Drinking Across Europe” tour, and contains rare live recordings with some different versions of No Redeeming Social Value songs. "High In Holland" features a limited edition full color booklet filled with photos, as well as an enhanced CD featuring unreleased videos.