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Published on April 19th, 2014 | by Alan Cross


Anti-Defamation League Lists 13 Canadian “Hate Bands”

FYI Music reports on a post by Camper Van Beethoven/Cracker frontman David Lowery on his Trichordist site which calls for YouTube to stop automatically adding advertising onto hate videos.

The post leads you to a list of hate bands compiled by the Anti-Defamation League.  Thirteen Canadian bands are on this list.

There are always going to be people who spew hate from shadowy places. But as the old saying goes, sunshine is the best disinfectant.

Aryan (Canada)
Battlefront (Canada)
Cross (Canada)
Excessive Force (Canada)
Griffin (Canada)
Involved Patriot (Canada)
Kremator (Canada)
Odin’s Law (Canada)
Rahowa (Canada)
Stonehammer (Canada)
Trouble Makers (Canada)
Vinland Warriors (Canada)
White Riot (Canada)

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One Response to Anti-Defamation League Lists 13 Canadian “Hate Bands”

  1. Seth says:

    The good news is, I’ve NEVER heard of any of these bands EVER…

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