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plebeian grandstand
Plebeian Grandstand
Young band from Toulouse, France, gathering a handful of beautiful underground freaks. It is probably unconceivable to come up with a biography as far as the ageness of the band is concerned. As it is probably out of concern to inform people about their influences.

You’ll find yourself trapped in a swamp, in a mood to describe their music as close as it would be. We definitely put this task to dust.

We would only suggest you to give yourself a big opportunity to check a great progressive songwriting. The quintet can be easily labelled as a pure musical exorcism of hate, rage and paranoia. An outlet of everything under the scope of personal emotions. One should notice about their Botch-side, about developing something somewhat different with no intention to create a similar impact on the fans of technical post hardcore bands. It is about pushing themselves afar, ever getting pissed off or emotional while performing. Intense violence to tell about, stories of common people.

In early 2010, Plebeian Grandstand was ready to release 'How hate is hard to define', focusing on emotions that captivate as no other and questioning them as they would be at stake for everyone. Plebeian was presenting more mature elements of composition, telling the difference in what has to become emphasize and what's to be dropped quickly, so drawing up more progressive patterns on their vision of their music. With 'How hate is hard to define', Plebeian has reached uncommon grounds and reaches the top level of uncompromising music.

DISCOGRAPHY :
2012 Split w/ Cortez lp - Get A Life ! [Records/Throatuiner Records/Basement Apes]
2010 How hate is hard to define cd/lp - [Basement Apes]
2008 The vulture riot cd - [Basement Apes/Lacrymal]
Available items in store
Plebeian Grandstand/ CortezSplit 10''
 
 
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