Check Out Anarcho-Punks ENZYME On 3 Tracks Off Upcoming Album [Australia/Malaysia]

Australian crust-punk band ENZYME started in 2016 out of the ashes of acts such as Pisschrist, Kromosom, Unknown to God, and Scab Eater. The band’s influences are Confuse, Chaos U.K, Disorder, Hawkwind, Prodigy, Acid Mothers Temple, etc., and politically connected to strong grassroots DIY punk ethics, anarcho-leaning views, and ragingly anti-authoritarian. The band features Yeap who was heavily involved in the Malaysian punk scene even starting the band Mass Separation as well as the KL chapter of Food Not Bombs.

The band has just released 3 songs off their upcoming full-length to be released on La Vida Es Un Mus on July 14th. The band states, “Golden Dystopian Age is a cathartic cry to life in Australia during the last 3 years. During this time, we’ve experienced some end of the world kinda shit massive fires, floods, riots, and the world’s most tightly imposed lockdown. The implications of what these conditions and lifestyles have done to our collective psyche. Being far away and isolated from the rest of the world only amplifies our direct situation. We are also proud to say that the album has been quite a DIY effort. From the recording, mixing master, art, it was all coordinated, engineered, and executed by ourselves and a small (but extremely passionate) group of friends.”

Check out the tracks below! is an underground Asian music news website created for the sole purpose of supporting our own world. We support all bands and genres HOWEVER we do not support nor have any sympathy for homophobic, racist, sexist rhetoric in lyrical content or band material. UNITE ASIA!