Crucifu---s

Album: Grey Britain (2009)
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  • Vocalist Frank Carter (From Kerrang! magazine April 18, 2009): "This is complete and utter condemnation of everything in the world that I feel is wrong. The racists, religion, anti-dogma, anti-authority - this is the anti-everything song. At this point in the record, people can sit back and contemplate everything that they have just listened to, and then listen to it on repeat. Before they know it, the tide kicks back in, it all starts again, and they can start crying."

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