After over a decade hiatus, the longtime punk outfit return with more raw, anthemic, hard-hitting harmony.
Though the album starts with an ominous sound bite, it quickly moves into punk n’ roll guitar work, plenty of Oi! Influences, and smart, relevant lyrics. While Side A has an old school punk edge with an occasional Mike Ness like sneer, Side B is a bit rougher, closer to a NYHC feeling, with gang vocals, big choruses, and youth crew-esque approach.
The entire album has a raw, spontaneous atmosphere, with a back to basics recording quality that adds greatly to the appeal of the listen. I was a fan 30 seconds in and I suspect you will be, too.