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Jack Genovese Very solid, old school melodic hardcore. Great job guys! Favorite track: Giving Up is a Gateway Drug.
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  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    The formidable Perth punk rockers The Decline are back! Rejuvenated and revitalised with the release of their third LP "Resister". The beginning of the year saw the replacement of band members that has spawned a renewed and equally reminiscent Decline sound. The Decline knuckled down and headed straight in to record at Electric City Studios with Adam Round and Sam Allen who worked on their two previous releases. The result is an album that pays homage to their 90s skatepunk forefathers whilst showcasing a new mature sound that promises a long future for The Decline. All orders come with free vinyl stickers.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Resister via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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  • Resister 12" LP
    Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    Limited edition "Resister 12" LP available in Opaque "Clock Work Orange" and Transparent "Purple Rain" vinyl. All orders come with free vinyl stickers and silicon wristband while stocks last. [wristband offer sold out]
    150 x Opaque "Agent Orange" vinyl,
    150 x Transparent "Reverend Black Grape" vinyl.

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released June 12, 2015

Produced, Mixed and Engineered by Adam Round and Sam Allen at Electric City Studios.
Mastered by Jason Livermore at Blasting Room Studios.
Additional editing by Brody Simpson from Underground Recording Studios.
All lyrics and melodies written by Pat Decline, except The Blurst Of Times written by Ben Elliot. All music composed by The Decline.
Guest Vocals on I Don't Believe by Cameron Baines.
Group Vocals by our friends Adam, Para, Michelle, Sam and Selina.



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Track Name: Giving Up is a Gateway Drug
How'd we get so fucked?
Are the good times just long gone?
Did you listen to sad songs before you got sad?
Will you be there when the happy ones give up?

Cause they say "it's outdated" and "that's overated", "already been done"
Looking for the fine print when I read.

And falling on my knees, cause how can I repeat?
You tell me you do no wrong, but how do you still go on when you don't even get along?

Whatcha gonna do when they laugh at you and tell you that you're worthless?
How're you gonna like when you've gotta fight to prove that you deserve this?
Giving up is a gateway drug and I haven't seen it all,
Just some foreign countries and a mattress on my best friend's interstate living room floor

How'd we get so far with the ambition failing?
I'll be there when it caves in. We'll become who we are.
Looking for the good things you can see.

We cross imaginary lines drawn in the sand, that indicate and decimate these promised lands.
Up and down the coast for days, 5000 KMs. But when you tell me it's jealousy, I still turn away
Cause how do you still go on, when we don't even get along?
Track Name: I Don't Believe
Tell me I never change for the better, never think about how I'm gonna make a mark here of my own.
Well I wish I had the confidence, the drive, the self belief and the wisdom to imagine what you see.

This is an industry, not community.
You're part of me and I you.
I can't believe the sounds, coming out of your mouth.
I can't relate to you.

I don't believe, I don't believe in you.

I don't believe anymore is what I hear you say.
I understand destruction tends to die down with old age.
So I am glad you found a path, I hope you make it last, but this is mine and I will always fucking strive.

For community, fuck the industry.
It's a part of you but not me.
So believe the words, that you've finally heard, I'm telling you I don't believe.