"Murder" is one of D.O.A's studio albums, released in 1990. The most known songs on this record are "The Agony and The Ecstasy" and "Boomtown." This album featured a rawer, almost thrash metal-like production, rather than their original punk sound.
Dead on Arrival, or D.O.A are often referred to as being one of the "founders" of hardcore punk alongside bands like Black Flag, Dead Kennedys, Bad Brains, and more. Their second album "Hardcore '81" was thought to have been the first reference to punk turning more hardcore and helped influence the music scene in America and around the world. D.O.A. is known for its outspoken political opinions and has a history of performing for many causes and benefits. Their slogan is "Talk Minus Action Equals Zero." The band's lyrics frequently advocate anti-racism, anti-globalization, freedom of speech, and environmentalism.