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Watch Refused Bring The Revolution To A Tiny London Dive Bar

Refused blast out their war music inside The K! Pit, in association with Rizla

Revolutionary post-hardcore pioneers Refused brought the fire and fury to The K! Pit, in association with Rizla. While visiting the UK as part of a co-headline tour with Thrice, the Swedish punks stormed into Blondies in east London for a raucous 30-minutes of fist-pumping mayhem.

Thrashing out seven tracks from their back catalogue – including three from latest album War Music – Refused sent our favourite London dive bar into a destructive rage. Luckily the new, skeletal ceiling decorations weren’t pulled down by the crowdsurfers.

“In the ’90s we were a band, and pretty much every show we did in the UK was exactly like this – but not as good,” said frontman Dennis Lyxzén onstage in Blondies. “I remember we played in Stoke-On-Trent once… and there was maybe 40 people in the room, and 30 of them are in a circle drinking with their backs turned to us. The whole set.

[This show] takes you back to Dundalk in Ireland where there was eight people in the room, but at least three of them were passed out.”

Thankfully, there’s a lot more energy in the room for Refused’s K! Pit set, in association with Rizla. Check out the full, sweaty performance below.

Refused K! Pit setlist

Rev 001
Violent Reaction
Worms Of The Senses/Faculties Of The Skull
Elektra
The Deadly Rhythm
Malfire
New Noise

Posted on November 7th 2019, 7:30pm
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