Seminal hardcore punk from Seattle, Washington, active approx. 1981-1986. The Rejectors released a 9 song 7″ called “Thoughts Of War” on Fartz records in ’82, then the 5-song “Struggle” tape in ’83, and then a split with The Accused on Fatal Erection records, also in ’83, to which they contributed 13 songs. With The Accused they shared the stage on numerous occasions and in the early stages of both bands they were almost inseparable. Less sludgy than some of their Seattle punk peers, instead providing quick-paced west coast style thrashers with snotty teenage vocals and earnest, often politically-minded lyrics.
This is the reissue of their first work, the 9 song 7″ called Thoughts Of War from 1982. Remastered for the occasion, the 7″ comes with the original 7″ artwork and insert.

Label: No Plane Records