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"We'd like to express the idea that we stand against exploitation, sexism, racism, pro-lifers, nationalism and fascism," states the bio on Blockheads's Facebook page. But if you're familiar with their brand of french grindcore, a bio is wholly unnecessary.

On their first full-length in over six years and their debut long-player with Relapse, Blockheads's This World Is Dead is twenty-five jolting tracks of misanthropic grind. The LP also marks more than twenty years as a band, and from the sound of the first single "Pro-Lifers" and the above clues on political leanings, it doesn't sound as if they've slowed a bit.

Check out the latest track to surface from The World is Dead, the brief yet punishing "Deindividualized," for the first time below and preorder your copy of the LP at Relapse Records (CD/Vinyl).

— Kelly Kettering

BLOCKHEADS - "Deindividualized"

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