Two years since their last release, the Los Angeles, California based W.A.S.T.E is back with more hard-hitting beats to pollute the mainstream. Led by Shane Englefield (aka Vuxnut), W.A.S.T.E. brings rhythmic noise back to the surface of the scene. The new release, titled “Liquor, Drugs and Hate,” brings powerful, tribal elements and a strong, electronic backing to pound-you-in-the-face noise. Featuring aggressive tracks like “Scab Collector” and “Steel Toed Rampage,” W.A.S.T.E. evokes a sense of rage in even the casual listener. The album is also dotted with more somber gems such as “Sometimes You Don’t Come back.” W.A.S.T.E.'s second release for Vendetta Music, “Liquor, Drugs and Hate” features 7 new, brutal tracks with perfectly placed samples and a Dark Electro backdrop. Also included are 4 remixes from Synapscape, Doomer, Bitch Per Minute and Catastrophe Noise. With an ever evolving tempo and a pounding pulse, W.A.S.T.E. will send you screaming towards the dance floor.