Streetpunk/Oi from USA.
4 songs - Never Hurts To Try, For Us, Iron Chin (Bruisers cover), Vace Up To It (Warzone cover)
On Black Vinyl
Review Backstreet Battalion: "Band which was founded in 1996 and in 1999 they released their debut LP Domination on Vulture Rock Records. The CD was later released on Pure Impact. This EP is called Parole Tapes and it contains four songs which were recorded back in 2000 and they were lost since 2010 when they see again the light of day. Even cover is made in this style – keys, bars and handcuffs. Band play in five pieces and this fact means what…? Two guitars…great! On A side are two unreleased songs called Never Hurts To Try and For Us and on B side are two covers Face Up To It from Warzone and Iron Chin from Bruisers. That figures that band takes inspiration like from streetpunk/Oi! but also takes the best from old school hardcore. ( which you can hear in Never Hurts To Try). The sound of this is really compact and the vinyl underline this. EP was released in different colors and I receive the red one. Who likes US bands like Limecell, Forced Reality, Combat Ready and Best Defense for example, which plays Oi! influenced by HC will also like this EP with parole tapes. I hope that this is promise to another new full length album."