Released in 1999, we made 150 copies of 'To Live And Die In New York City' with Silk Screened covers. Done in a living room with multiple colors of ink (and even some Mustard), these are the remaining few that have been in the vault for 17 years. Once these 4 are gone they are gone.
"Indecision's pummeling hardcore onslaught is more crushing than ever on To Live and Die in New York City. Thanks to Don Fury's production, the Brooklyn quintet finally sound like contenders; house-shaking bottom end gives the rhythm section a steamroller crunch, while Artie Philie's vocals are at their gutturally menacing best. Furthermore, the whole band plays with seasoned authority, laying into mid-tempo grooves and breakneck beats like a wrecking ball. Although some hardcore fans might not catch it, the band steal a key melody from Siouxsie and the Banshees' classic "Woodcut" on the track "Dead" (and, yes, they are familiar with the Banshees -- they covered "The Last Beat of My Heart" on Most Precious Blood). At least five of these tracks have appeared on previous Indecision releases, but are given a satisfying aural facelift here." - Andy Hinds, Allmusic.com