"The title Warsaw is intended to be loosely based around the traumas Gene’s family faced during WWII and how those conflicts have been passed down through generations and affected the lives of everyone in his family. Gene’s mother was born in a small village outside of Warsaw called Lomza, and both of her parents experienced Nazi atrocities first hand; her father was even taken prisoner and forced into a slave labor camp. Other songs on the album such as “New Rochelle” touch upon Gene’s father’s side of the family, and several of the songs are about how these experiences played a role in Gene’s upbringing and his struggles with addiction and alcoholism. The overriding theme of the album is how human lives are affected by the experiences of past generations and how we are all haunted by the ghosts of history’s horrors, both personal and global." - Jack (Bandit) from Decibel Interview
With each order comes one seven inch vinyl filled to capacity with grind/powerviolence from Philadelphias' own BANDIT.
Art by Ojerum
Art Direction by Ian Thompson
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150 Black Vinyl
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