Living In Fear – Review

Living In Fear

(Ransom Note)
by Joshua Brown

Proceeds from this album are being donated to the Eastside Domestic Violence Program (in Washington state), which that benefits children who are victims of domestic violence and has, according to Ransom Note, taken a vicious cut in funding from the United Way. Living in Fear is also a good overview of what’s happening in hardcore punk’s underground, with 20 tracks (one band each) from the likes of The Queers, Capitalist Casualties, The Freeze, New Bomb Turks, 88 Fingers Louie, Naked Aggression, Rhythm Collision, etc.