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Death On Replay

from Anti​-​Colonial Vol​.​2 by La Armada

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  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    La Armada’s New Album “Anti-Colonial Vol. 2” On CD enclosed in a 6-panel digipack.

    Cover art: “Caonabo encadenado” – Abelardo R. Urdaneta (Dominican Republic 1915)

    Includes digital pre-order of Anti-Colonial Vol.2. You get 4 tracks now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment it’s released.
    digital album releases February 11, 2022
    item ships out within 7 days

      £12 GBP or more 

     

  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    La Armada’s New Album “Anti-Colonial Vol. 2” On Burning Orange Marble and Classic Black Vinyl*

    *Only 30 available

    This pressing comes with a limited edition Graphic Story Illustrated By Dominican Artist Ed Daviel.

    Cover art: “Caonabo Encadenado” by Abelardo Urdaneta (Dominican Republic 1915)

    Includes digital pre-order of Anti-Colonial Vol.2. You get 4 tracks now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment it’s released.
    digital album releases February 11, 2022
    item ships out within 7 days

      £19 GBP or more 

     

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about

“Death on Replay” is a picture of the band during the height of the pandemic in 2020. Musically we build tension with chaotic and technical rhythms, then release it with the familiarity of our punk and hardcore roots. Lyrically we reflect on the duality between being on the road versus being on lockdown, where you have to balance isolation and anxiety with the need to create art and push forward through dark times.

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The stillness
Calmness that fades
I never thought there’d be a day
Where clipping all the roots
That begin to spread
Resemble death on replay

Programmed to disappear
Wired to self-destruct
While I keep blaming luck
4,3,2,1, all on my own
All on my own
All on my own
All on my own
It's all me

The warmth
Everything fades
Routines
All of those fade
I’m clipping all the roots
that begin to spread
I am death on replay

Programmed to disappear
Wired to self-destruct
While I keep blaming luck
4,3,2,1, all on my own
All on my own
All on my own
All on my own
It's all me

It’s like I can’t live without a fucking headache I swear.
Deep down I know
That none of this is necessary, not at all.

Vivir
Morir
En el crical
Vivir
Morir
En mi crical

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from Anti​-​Colonial Vol​.​2, released February 11, 2022

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La Armada Chicago, Illinois

Formed in the Dominican Republic in 2001 and based out of Chicago since 2008, La Armada has carved out a name for themselves locally and nationally with their explosive live show.

In 2020 La Armada will release mini EPs every 3 months under the name "Songs of the Exiled", each one dedicated to one of the places they have called home and that has influenced their views and socio-political stances.
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