2012 release, the 14th studio album from the Canadian Punk legends. We Come in Peace takes a determined political stance with the songs 'We Occupy,' 'Dirty Bastards,' 'We're Bloodied But Unbowed' and a cover of Toxic Reasons' classic 'War Hero.' We Come in Peace also features a heavy slice of Ska, Reggae and Dub with tracks like 'Walk Through This World.' You'll also get your head ripped clean off on the crushing anthems 'Boneyard,' 'Bring Out Your Dead' and 'Who the Hell Do You Think You Are.' Canada's godfather of hardcore punk Joe Keithley also got some cool friends to sing on the record: Jello Biafra, Ben Kowalewicz (Billy Talent) and Hugh Dillon (Headstones). And DOA also recorded a great version of the Beatles' 'Revolution.' It's now a real barnburner!
He's Got a Gun
Do You Wanna
We're Bloodied But Unbowed
Bring Out Your Dead
We Occupy (Feat. Jello Biafra)
Who the Hell Do You Think You Are
The Man with No Name
Walk Through This World
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