Another classic 7" on Havoc Records. Civil Disobedience was formed in Michigan, 1992 and In a few hours of madness was released in 1993 delivering four tracks and a a storm of power-violency speedy guitar riffs to the limit of thrash, fast rhythms and great bass lines. Two guys handling the vocals spitting caustic political lyrics (the record comes with lyrics sheet and gate fold cover). Along with Aus Rotten's Fuck nazi sympathy this is one of the most consistent selling releases for Havoc Rec.s (first pressing: 1000. Second pressing:1000. Third pressing: 1900 back and 100 on green. Fourth pressing: 2000 on gold. Fifth pressing: 2000 on red. Sixth pressing: 2000 on marbled). Felix policy is to keep such records still in print so this is still available and there will be no any download link.
Civil Disobedience first recording was the Political Prisoners demo tapethat was distributed by Profane Existence's mail order. They released a lp on Profane with different line up and called it quits around 1998...
1. Planet of the Fakes
2. Faith no sight
3. Manufactured Citizens
4. The Unavoidable Process.