Negu Gorriak

Negu Gorriak (Basque for "Red Winters" or "Severe/Harsh Winters") were an underground Basque Crossover group. Their musical style combines various styles of rock music such as hardcore punk, hip-hop, ska, and reggae, although it is impossible to separate the band from its political ideology and its identification with the Basque Country and its language (Euskara).

Read more about Negu Gorriak:  History, The Music and Basque Nationalism, Members, Discography

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