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Published on Mar 10, 2013

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Band Name: The Bristles
Song Title: "Home Is Where the Danger Is (Home Sweet Home)"
Album Title: Bigger Than Punk
Genre: Punk / HC
City/Country: Sweden
Label Name: Heptown Records

About The Video:
"Home Is Where The Danger Is (Home Sweet Home)" is the new video and single from The Bristles.

The song is about domestic violence. Most violence in society is domestic violence, and it affects children, women and elderly.

Domestic violence in Sweden

Sex crimes
17 000 cases of sex crimes were reported in 2011.
98 percent of the suspects were male.
80 percent of the victims were women.
81 percent of the sex crimes are unreported.
Actually reported rapes that lead to prosecution was only 14 percent.

Assaults against women
27 972 cases of assaults against women were reported in 2011.
In 60 percent of the reported assaults against women the victim knew the offender. It's 16 695 cases.
In 45 percent of the reported assaults against women the offender were the husband, boyfriend or ex-such. It's 12 471 cases.

In average 17 women are killed by their husband, boyfriend or ex-such every year. This means that one woman is murdered every third week.

Globally a fifth of all women are victims of rape or attempted rape in their lifetime.

Support your local women's shelter.


Band Bio:
The Bristles is a punk band from Landskrona, a small town in the south of Sweden.

The Bristles was formed in 1982. The original line-up was Svegis--guitar, Lankan-drums,
Rotcher- bass, Nelle-guitar, and Viking-vocal. Nelle left the band after just a coupe
of months. Shortly after Ingemar replaced Rotcher on bass. In the beginning of 83
the Don't Give Up EP was released. In the spring of 83 the Ban the Punkshops tape was
released. Viking left the band to be replaced by Puma. The band recorded some new and
some old songs with Puma on vocals to be released as a new version of Ban the Punk Shops tape.
In 1984 the band split up just to reform with Groll on drums. In the autumn the Boys will be
Boys EP was released. In 1985 the band split up again. During this period the band made around 50 gigs in Sweden.

In 1996 the band made a reunion gig with Malwin on drums.

In 2008 the band reformed with Harri on drums. In the beginning of 2009 the Union Bashing
State EP was released. Then Harri left the band and was replaced by Ray. In 2009 the band
played gigs in Sweden, Germany, Belgium and Norway. In the spring of 2010 the full length
album Reflections of the Bourgeois Society was released. In the beginning of 2011 The Bristles
plays Ebba was released both on vinyl and as a digi single. During this period the band has played around 50 gigs.

Who is who in the band:
Svegis - guitar
Ingemar - bass
Ray -- drums
Puma - voice

Band Links

Website: http://www.thebristles.wordpress.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Bri...
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/TheBristles

Label Links

Website: http://www.heptownrecords.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/HepTownRecords

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