- This EP features four tracks of raw, aggressive hardcore punk.
- The songs are characterized by their fast tempos, heavy distortion, and shouted vocals.
- The lyrics deal with themes of anger, frustration, and violence.
- The EP was recorded at The Blasting Room in Fort Collins, Colorado, and was produced by Bill Stevenson and Jason Livermore.
- The cover art was designed by Moral Authority.
Treason was well-received by critics, with many praising the band's intensity and energy. The EP was also a commercial success, selling out of its initial pressing within a few months.
The EP helped to establish Moral Authority as a rising force in the hardcore punk scene. The band would go on to release two more albums, The New World Order (2002) and God Hates Us All (2004), before disbanding in 2007.
Treason is a classic example of early 2000s hardcore punk. It is a raw, intense, and energetic release that is sure to appeal to fans of the genre.
|Original Release: 2000.|
|Catalog No: CS-01.|
|Size: 7" Single Vinyl Record.|