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Kohti Tuhoa

Finnish D-beat ragers Kohnti Tuhoa are among the fiercest and best punk bands in the entire world. The band cranks out frantic, serrated music, and they sing very angrily in their mother tongue. (The band name is Finnish for towards destruction. Kohti Tuhoa play fast, and they work fast, too. Last year, the band released an excellent EP called Elä Totuudesta. Later this fall, they’ll follow that EP with a new four-track effort called Väkivaltaa — Finnish for violence. They’ve just shared the title track.

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