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The (International) Noise Conspiracy

About The (International) Noise Conspiracy

Soon after the demise of anarcho-Hardcore band Refused, vocalist and writer Dennis Lyxzen formed the (International) Noise Conspiracy as a continuing platform for his Situationist rants. Though certainly informed by the visceral confrontation of Hardcore, the band's sound is more of a revved-up 1960s Garage Rock revivalism, complete with smoldering rock 'n' roll riffs and party-time organ lines. More than a great rock band, TINC are designed as a living revolutionary act. Lyrics focus on subverting the personal and professional alienation brought on by global capitalism through active living -- fusing words and action into a statement of lifestyle. The revolution of everyday life never sounded so good.

Listen toThe (International) Noise Conspiracyon Rhapsody

Soon after the demise of anarcho-Hardcore band Refused, vocalist and writer Dennis Lyxzen formed the (International) Noise Conspiracy as a continuing platform for his Situationist rants. Though certainly informed by the visceral confrontation of Hardcore, the band's sound is more of a revved-up 1960s Garage Rock revivalism, complete with smoldering rock 'n' roll riffs and party-time organ lines. More than a great rock band, TINC are designed as a living revolutionary act. Lyrics focus on subverting the personal and professional alienation brought on by global capitalism through active living -- fusing words and action into a statement of lifestyle. The revolution of everyday life never sounded so good.

About The (International) Noise Conspiracy

Soon after the demise of anarcho-Hardcore band Refused, vocalist and writer Dennis Lyxzen formed the (International) Noise Conspiracy as a continuing platform for his Situationist rants. Though certainly informed by the visceral confrontation of Hardcore, the band's sound is more of a revved-up 1960s Garage Rock revivalism, complete with smoldering rock 'n' roll riffs and party-time organ lines. More than a great rock band, TINC are designed as a living revolutionary act. Lyrics focus on subverting the personal and professional alienation brought on by global capitalism through active living -- fusing words and action into a statement of lifestyle. The revolution of everyday life never sounded so good.

About The (International) Noise Conspiracy

Soon after the demise of anarcho-Hardcore band Refused, vocalist and writer Dennis Lyxzen formed the (International) Noise Conspiracy as a continuing platform for his Situationist rants. Though certainly informed by the visceral confrontation of Hardcore, the band's sound is more of a revved-up 1960s Garage Rock revivalism, complete with smoldering rock 'n' roll riffs and party-time organ lines. More than a great rock band, TINC are designed as a living revolutionary act. Lyrics focus on subverting the personal and professional alienation brought on by global capitalism through active living -- fusing words and action into a statement of lifestyle. The revolution of everyday life never sounded so good.