“Malay power” band Brown Attack perform at a concert. The neo-Nazi bands are secretive and their events usually invitation-only. “Malay power” band Brown Attack perform at a concert. The neo-Nazi bands are secretive and their events usually invitation-only.
“Malay power” band Brown Attack perform at a concert. The neo-Nazi bands are secretive and their events usually invitation-only.

What’s behind ‘Malay power’ music – ethnic-Malay neo-Nazis playing punk and metal with a dark message

  • Malaysia was an early adopter of Western musical genres, and underground bands began mixing heavy metal and punk with Malay folklore, then took a darker turn
  • Apeing a notorious British white-power band, they adopted national-socialist icons and sing of racial supremacy, clashing violently with anti-fascist skinheads

Topic |   Music
“Malay power” band Brown Attack perform at a concert. The neo-Nazi bands are secretive and their events usually invitation-only. “Malay power” band Brown Attack perform at a concert. The neo-Nazi bands are secretive and their events usually invitation-only.
“Malay power” band Brown Attack perform at a concert. The neo-Nazi bands are secretive and their events usually invitation-only.
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