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Curse The Son Streaming "Goodbye Henry Anslinger"

Connecticut doom monster Curse The Son is streaming the new song "Goodbye Henry Anslinger" over on Bandcamp. This track will be on the upcoming second album "Psychache" from the band. The track alludes to the bureaucrat who was at the forefront of the anti-marijuana movement in the 1930's. Curse The Son will be playing at the Stoner Hands Of Doom Festival XXII at the El'N'Gee Club in New London, which will run from August 30th through September 2nd.

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1. jway writes:

His name was Harry, not Henry.

And to everyone who's ever taken a single toke, this is what Harry Anslinger thought of you: "the drug addict is an immoral, vicious, social leper, who cannot escape responsibility for his actions, who must feel the force of swift, impartial punishment".

This was his SOLE reason for making marijuana illegal and is the reason it's still illegal today.

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