If you wanna live
Treat me good...
Personal Damage is Bungee, Baño & Earbean, a trio from Los Angeles who's members have also been in bands such as Abuso de Poder, Krigshoder and Hate Preachers.
They released a demo tape last August (https://1753.bandcamp.com/album/personal-damage-demo) which was compared with the likes of Wasted Youth, The Fix, White Stains & Chain Whip.
A few months later as 2021 crept towards a close they followed it up with a 6 track ep on 1753 Records titled Ambush. The tracks are definitely influenced by 80's hardcore, they're short, aggressive and very enjoyable. If you like your punk energetic and fat free then you can find the ep here (I'm not sure if there's any of the ltd edition cassettes left but it's also available as a name your price download) : https://1753.bandcamp.com/album/personal-damage-ambush
A little surprisingly for a hardcore punk release, the song I'm highlighting is a cover of reggae artist Peter Tosh's Steppin Razor (it was actually written in 1967 by Joe Higgs and recorded by Bob Marley, Sinéad O'Connor, Sublime & The Kills but the version on Tosh's 1977 Equal Rights album is the best known https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLJFRgE4Ywk).
A very different beast to Tosh's version, this is Steppin Razor...