Noisey has the premiere of the “Breakdance on Broken Glass” video:
""Breakdance On Broken Glass" features four young men taking a bath. Before some of you run to the hills, that bath takes place in a car wash and the entire thing is shot backwards. Also the Plague Vendor song and it’s apt title, is a furious post-punk piece that brings to mind or the Bauhaus, Killing Joke, Gang of Four or Blood Brothers’s less spazzy moments. So basically you need to see it because it raps. Check it out above, worth it for the video alone.”
Epitaph Records is an independent music label founded in Los Angeles by Bad Religion guitarist Brett Gurewitz. Early releases from a variety of punk heavyweights spawned what became known as the 90s punk explosion. Along the way Epitaph proudly launched its sister label ANTI-, representing unique and distinguished acts. From the beginning Epitaph’s mission has been to serve the musicians on its diverse and creative roster - an artist-first model, radical twenty years ago, and much imitated today.