We’re thrilled to announce this co-release with Nada Nada Discos for a true milestone in South American Punk. The INOCENTES ‘Miseria E Fome E Mais’ LP out January 30th on Radiation and Nada Nada collects the full ‘Miseria E Fome’ LP, along with one unreleased track from the same session and the whole INOCENTES’ set from the legendary “O Comeco Da Fim Do Mundo” Festival from 1982. Sourced from the original master tapes from 1983, this limited to 500 vinyl reissue comes with poster and printed inner with unpublished photos provided by the original members. Fully remastered.

“INOCENTES are one of the oldest active punk rock bands in Brazil. The group was formed in 1981 by former members of pioneer local punk bands Restos de Nada and Condutores de Cadáver.
During their first incarnation in the first half of the 1980s, Inocentes played basic energetic and politically charged hardcore punk, immortalized by the Grito Suburbano compilation tracks and their 7” EP “Miséria e Fome”.
The original band split up in 1984, but frontman Clemente Nascimento put a new line up together a few months later with former members of São Paulo Oi! band Neuróticos. The new line up dropped the hardcore influences and adopted a cleaner, more melodic sound mixing punk, post-punk and other influences.
This record should have been released in 1983, but due to problems with censorship only 4 tracks from that session were released as the “Miséria E Fome” 7″ EP.”
(Radiation Records)