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Ho99o9 Release 'Cyber Cop [Unauthorized MP3.]' EP

Friday, 30 November 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Ho99o9 have released a new EP.

 'Cyber Cop [Unauthorized MP3.]' features seven genre-smashing tracks and comes with an accompanying digital zine. It arrives after the New Jersey punk-rap outift teased a new release via Twitter earlier this month. 

"We are machines.... In this day & age humans live in a world where the web runs our life, we started in charge but we're slaves to our own technology. Who’s "policing" the internet & who controls what? Is it safe to Internet, can we really say what we want on the Internet? Without fans, people, conservatives, critics, blogs, coming at your neck crazy? Memes, screen shots, a video or photo from years ago can come back to haunt you. Is it safe to put all your personal business on the internet? Is it safe to voice your opinion on the internet, Is it safe to share on the internet? Is it safe to learn from the internet? What’s real, what’s fake and what’s actually true. Is it safe to say the Internet isn't safe? Is it safe to love the internet? Is it safe to hate the internet? Is Internet God? Is Internet the Devil?"





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