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Killing Solves Everything / Press

“3. Killing Solves Everything: Freedom go to Hell -- After seeing the band half a dozen times, I've come to the conclusion that Peyton and company don't care what you think about them, and, chances are, they probably don't like you. Freedom go to Hell offers a more traditional "punk" sound with pissed off lyrics, churning bass lines and group sing-along choruses. The band played it's first show in my living room, and right away I heard influences of '90s-era Epitaph and Fat Wreck Chords. Which is something our scene didn't have.”

Matt Evans - Mountain Xpress, "The Best local Metal/Hardcore/Punk releases of 2011"

“Power is the enemy, anarchy is freedom and killing solves everything! This is the call to arms of the Asheville, NC trio, KILLING SOLVES EVERYTHING. Their 13-song debut CD, Freedom go to Hell, is an aural assault of early 80s U.K. style Oi Punk that spits in the face of corruption and the rule of law, with enough So-Cal Pop-Punk influences to have you pogoing all night long. The music is pure, genuine anarcho punk, from a time when the “circle A” was a revolutionary ideal not a “brand” co-opted and sold by corporate America. Killing Solves Everything is a musical Molotov Cocktail hurled at the cultural status quo. The revolution starts on impact!”

David Baird - No Profit Records