A Tradition of Efficient, Courteous Service

by Final Cop

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German Army affiliates Final Cop follow up their crushing debut "Lieutenant John Pike" with another ferocious attack on the law-keepers of America.

Faster, louder, angrier and more varied in tone than "LJP", "A Tradition of Efficient, Courteous Service" launches with "Over the Steppe", a track very much in the same furious vein as the industrial Rapeman-tinged LJP stand-out "Great Unlearning" before giving way to brief, considered tone poems like "In All Haste" which here serve to tamp and concentrate the band's spitting vitriol - a carefully considered approach that ensures all their targets are brutally dispatched in the space of 15 blistering minutes.

Deep bass, black metal vocals and thick layers of grime combine to create a vicious mix for fans of Steve Albini, the Jesus Lizard, The Dead C, Flying Nun Records and the slimier recesses of the Siltbreeze catalogue.

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released August 10, 2015

Music by Final Cop
Art and layout by Tiny Little Hammers

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