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Opiate for the Masses

“Religion may be the opiate from the people,” stated philosopher, scholar, and architect of communism Karl Marx, a concept the hard-hitting Los Angeles-based industrial-goth-alternative metallic clothing Opiate for the People bring with their uncompromising method of songwriting and saving, aswell as their electrifying concert events. Created in 1999 by guitarist/keyboardist Jim Kaufman and vocalist Ron Underwood, the music group, whose lineup contains drummer Chris “Seven” Antonopoulos (Revolting Cocks) and bass participant Anna K. (Revolting Cocks, Drain S.T.H.), released Spore in 2005, accompanied by Manifesto within the Century Press label in 2008.

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