News from the front:Algara's first LP is here. From Barcelona, the land where the CNT-FAI shined in 1936, now the anarchist bombs explode again through the twelve tracks ofAbsortos En El Tedio Eterno. Ever wondered what would have happened if theRondosandCrasshad joined forces at the Conway Hall or ifAviador DroandEsplendor Geometriconever had a couple of judo kicks and the four started a new band? Well, then you are close to imagining how Algara sounds. At times sparse militant punk a laCrisis/Falloutfiltered thru theKGB/Siniestro Totalmachine. At times minimal synthetic idealist anthems, but always revolutionary, forward thinking, and making the sound their own. The anonymous collective self-recordedAbsortos En El Tedio Eternoin a Barcelona squat while engaging in their agitprop campaigns. With songs about poor working conditions, the constant evictions, youth unemployment, and a city consumed by tourism and other forms of gentrification, the LP is a cold call to arms for today's political punk. The LP sleeve shows members of the collective at one of their rendezvous point looking cool. Comes with an A2 double sided poster, 14-page manual for Sound Guerrilla booklet and a sticker. For fans of: Antorcha, Futurisk, Siniestro Total, Total Control, Aviador Dro, Crisis, Crass, Rondos.