Indonesian hard rock trio Voice of Baceprot released their newest single "[Not] Public Property" today in honor of International Women's Day. This is the first song the group wrote without the aid of their mentor and former teacher Abah Erza. It was mixed by Danish producer and sound engineer Tue Madsen (Suicide Silence, Meshuggah) and mastered by Howie Weinberg (credited with Nirvana's "Nevermind" album and Beastie Boys' "Licensed to Ill" album).
The track sheds light on numerous injustices Voice of Baceprot witness women around the world experiencing including female circumcision, limiting of abortion, and increase in domestic violence amongst other aspects that inhibit autonomy and women's rights.
A music video for the song will be released soon. You can currently find "[Not] Public Property" to stream and purchase on the iTunes Store HERE.