Asbestos Worker - 'How Nonviolence Protects The State'

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Minnesota Noise rock band Asbestos Worker unleash two videos 'I Hope You Get Greased' and 'How Nonviolence Protects The State' from their new album 'The Seperation'. The videos recently premiered via Decibel Magazine and have now touched down on our very own pages.

Asbestos Worker (founded by Josh Stever) is a three piece noise rock band from Minneapolis, Minnesota, created out of necessity from the trials and tribulations of life. Debuting in March 2019, this loud, aggressive, relatable music takes influences from grindcore, punk as well as stoner, doom and thrash. Fans of Killdozer, Hawks, Shallow North Dakota, and Pissed Jeans, will find everything they could want within the caustic sounds of Asbestos Worker.

Speaking briefly about the new cuts and videos, the band explained, "Violence shouldn't be a first resort but like a tradesman you should be able to look at all the tools at your disposal and choose the right one for the job."

Asbestos Worker has two full length albums and one EP as well as numerous compilation albums including 'Rhino Body Lover: A Tribute to Shallow North Dakota” where Asbestos worker covered the songs 'Skid Incinerator' and 'I'm the Boss/You're the Boss' with Conan Neutron.

Currently Asbestos Worker is celebrating the release of their new record, 'The Seperation' which arrvied on August 16th last year via Learning Curve Records.

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