Uprising were from Michigan and sound the way Contravene did in their early days: A crusty rough edged Contravene version, they deliver two tracks with some melodies in the metallic riffs blending Nausea and Flux of Pink Indians. Apart from this split they released As Long As There Is A Profit To Be Made 7"(Acts of Attrition/Incendiary Sound Records) and a demo cdr as well.
An insert is included with excellent lyrics that worth to sit down and read, explanation etc, the idea about the split was after Contravene played in Detroit with Uprising in summer of '04. First press 1.000 copies of black and 200 of red vinyl. Catchphraze has some copies,check it here, is more than worth to get it
2. Paralized by Fear
3. Killing for profit