|3||Cop Just Out of Frame||Lyrics/Info||2:46|
|4||When All Your Fears Collide||Lyrics/Info||3:17|
|5||Letters to a Young Anus||Lyrics/Info||2:19|
|6||Lower Order (A Good Laugh)||Lyrics/Info||3:06|
|8||Call Before You Dig||Lyrics/Info||2:22|
|10||In Flagrante Delicto||Lyrics/Info||2:35|
|12||Adventures in Zoochosis||Lyrics/Info||4:41|
Since forming in Manitoba in 1986, Propagandhi have brought an emphatic anti-fascist message to their music. Along with addressing a number of personal losses suffered in recent years, Victory Lap, the band's first full-length since 2012's Failed States, finds the band facing a landscape in which fascism is—among a certain crowd—suddenly trendy.
Victory Lap also marks Propagandhi’s first album with new guitarist Sulynn Hago, who joins Samolesky, frontman Chris Hannah, and bassist Todd Kowalski. Replacing longtime guitarist David Guillas (who appears on several tracks on Victory Lap), Hago was added to the lineup after Propagandhi put out a call for audition tapes and received over 400 responses
Since forming in Manitoba in 1986, Propagandhi have brought an emphatic anti-fascist message to their music. Along with addressing a number of personal losses suffered ...