The grind/thrash punk band’s take on the socio-politically pointed song benefits ActBlue in the Georgia Senate run-off election.

San Diego-located hardcore grind/thrash/crust punk band Deaf Club recently unleashed their aggressive cover of “The Wait” via Three One G, a socio-politically pointed track originally released by renowned industrial music outfit Killing Joke.

Deaf Club’s urgent take on “The Wait,” which is also accompanied by an incendiary and relevant music video from Displaced/Replaced, is meant to generate support for ActBlue in the high-stakes Georgia Senate run-off election set for early January.

All proceeds from the purchase of Deaf Club’s “The Wait” will benefit ActBlue and their mission to secure Democrats for the two seats of the Senate that are currently up for grabs.

The band has always been willing to confront injustice and divisions in society, which they last tackled on their debut EP Contemporary Sickness and a remix cassette EP.

Band members Justin Pearson (The Locust, Dead Cross, Planet B), Brian Amalfitano (ACxDC), Scott Osment (Weak Flesh), Jason Klein (Run With The Hunted), and Tommy Meehan (The Manx, Chum Out!) felt the need to put this track and video out now to help turn the tide and push a Blue Wave into office.

Deaf Club are currently finishing up their debut album, so keep an ear out for that in the near future.

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