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Anarcho-punk music group Vex were energetic for just a few brief years in the middle-’80s, playing displays alongside other rings of their ilk like Conflict and launching just a one 12″, entitled Sanctuary, before disbanding. Despite getting from the anarchist picture that provided rise to rings like Crass, Vex leaned even more toward the gothic and brand-new influx, though still rooted in punk. The music group was fronted by vocalist Richard Zsigo, who passed Scrote at that time, and in 2014, years following the band’s separation, Zsigo caused Brooklyn indie label Sacred Bone fragments to reissue an entire Vex discography, like the Sanctuary tunes, demos, compilation songs, and all the known recordings from your band’s brief life-span.

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