Over the course of their mere five-year existence, Sterling, Virginia’s Pageninetynine redefined what punk rock could be. This venerable squad of miscreants from the outskirts of the nation’s capital incorporated aspects of nearly every heavy music sub-genre into a tornado of punk fury, releasing a plethora of albums, singles, splits and more, touring relentlessly and inspiring a dedicated, diehard fanbase.Robotic Empire is pleased to announce a timely re-press of the band’s landmark Document #8 for availability during their September reunion shows! Each show will benefit a local grassroots organization on the frontlines fighting for civil rights, LGBT rights, youth rights, immigrant and refugee rights, and reproductive rights and justice.This album is the band’s aggressive and creative opus, originally recorded and mixed in a three day whirlwind. It’s been completely remixed by the band and engineer Kurt Ballou (Converge, Godcity Studios) and includes two bonus tracks. Housed in a hand-screened cover and packaged with a large sixteen-page booklet, it does fine justice to Pageninetynine’s legacy.