REGIONAL JUSTICE CENTER "World Of Inconvenience" LP

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REGIONAL JUSTICE CENTER "World Of Inconvenience" LP

REGIONAL JUSTICE CENTER "World Of Inconvenience" LP

A sonic punch to the face of the entire for profit prison institution and the system structures that enable them.

Ian Shelton formed the Los Angeles, CA. power-violence collective Regional Justice Center after his younger brother, the then18-year-old Max, was given a years-long prison sentence for assault. Last year, Regional Justice Center released their debut album, "World Of Inconvenience," and it was specifically inspired by Max's incarceration.
After releasing their demo, Regional Justice Center quietly worked on their songwriting craft, no teasers, no promo tapes, just a constant display of force through live performance where they refined until there was no fat left to trim. This record expands Regional Justice Center from the one-man band demo and adds players from the live band as well as a brief guest appearance by Mark Palm (Go It Alone, Supercrush, Black Breath). Recorded in Western Massachusetts with Will Killingsworth and housed in art by Mark McCoy,
"World Of Inconvenience" makes for a complete package of hardcore brilliance.

The music is completely fierce and to the point, Shelton's vocals carrying a lot of pain and anger. World of Inconvenience is hardcore at its fastest, never wasting any time in delivering fast-as-hell mosh parts and beat downs. It's a middle finger to the system in its purest form, ready to spit back at those in power.

Tracklist:
1. Indecency
2. Control
3. Sperm Donor
4. Muck
5. Amnesia
6. Incompetence
7. Exploitation
8. Class A
9. Trapped
10. Bureaucrat
11. Community Standards