Resistance Records: All You Need Is Hate

White-power music is thriving abroad--and also in the U.S.

On first listen, the rock band RaHoWa's song When America Goes Down sounds like any bad hard-core-rock ballad. The lyrics are cheesy high school poetry: "Will our 'twained lives split asunder?/ Will our love submerge and drown?" The vocals are often mumbled and atonal. And the instrumentals have all the professionalism of a Wayne's World guitar riff. But it's not every love song that features verses in which a man assures his beloved that "the color of our skin" will become "our uniform of war"--or every rock group whose name is short for Racial Holy War.

RaHoWa's Cult of the Holy...

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