Helsinki independent rockers, Daggerplay, blast out their anthemic declaration of peace, National Day

Top Quote Helsinki, Finland— Daggerplay released their editorialized single and video National Day on the eve of Finland's independence day. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) December 12, 2021 - Born from anxiety towards anger and hatred spreading around in their native country Finland, and the world, Daggerplay's anti-violence punk rock wake up call, National Day slams open a rough picture of the current state of their homeland, Finland.

    "Regarding some recent gallups, apparently we are ”the happiest nation in the world”. However, I completely disagree. This ongoing discord
    happening in the media and social media, with relatively high suicide and crime rates adding to rapidly growing inequality, tells another story. That is what National Day is about", states Daggerplay's vocalist and guitarist Pekko Mantzin.

    "My Daggerplay curiosity having been piqued, I’m sure to spend some time in the rabbit hole of familiarizing myself with other solid works from their discography. To any old school 90’s punk rock fans wondering if there was still good underground punk music coming out…..worry no more."
    Greg Bilderback - Audible Addixion

    "For fans of The Ramones and The Clash or Rancid and Social Distortion, Daggerplay‘s newest album ‘Subterranean Reality’ will get your blood pumping."

    "With high energy, mosh pit worthy shows, the group sincerely deserves the most admirable recognition for all their dedication and passion for their art. Daggerplay does not imitate their inspirations, but rather appreciates the masters of punk and rock to create their own sound"
    Andrea Arce-Bravo - Rektchords Magazine

    "Rock and roll fans, do yourself a favor. Listen to Subterranean Reality by Daggerplay
    immediately!" Joe Hughes - Alternative Nation

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