Andrew Jackson Jihad stream
2014-04-29 by Atari CONTRIBUTOR | 16 Comments
Andrew Jackson Jihad are now streaming their highly anticipated new album "Christmas Island" in full over at avclub.

The album is set to be released on May 6th through SideOneDummy Records and can be heard in the link below. It's the first LP from the folk-punk act since "Knife Man" in 2011.

http://www.avclub.com/article/listen-andrew-jackson-jihads-demented-christmas-is-203915
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Atari
Contributing Reviewer
April 29th 2014
20214 Comments


definitely not as good as knife man from what I've heard

Digging: Tenhi - Maaaet

MonotoneMop
April 29th 2014
219 Comments


Kokopelli Face Tattoo is so good. Haven't listened to the actual stream yet, but I have high hopes for this.

Satellite
April 29th 2014
20826 Comments


i like this a lot. it's pretty divisive among fans of the band to say the least, though.

Atari
Contributing Reviewer
April 29th 2014
20214 Comments


'children of god' is pretty good, but the rest of it just isn't really clicking with me like their last album did. Here's to hoping it grows...

Trist66
April 29th 2014
148 Comments


It sounds like Andrew Jackson Jihad
I hate to say it, but I may finally be growing tired of AJJ.

Kris.
April 29th 2014
12609 Comments


i've been a massive fan of these guys for years and this is the most disappointing thing ever.

Italianjesusfootball
April 29th 2014
279 Comments


i really like it, but not nearly as much as their previous albums.

mryrtmrnfoxxxy
April 29th 2014
13713 Comments


old sound got old quick, enjoying this a lot

Digging: Ovlov - What's So Great About the City?

RFO13
April 29th 2014
77 Comments


Honestly I couldn't get into any of the songs they leaked prior to this so I'm going in with low expectations. I cant imagine i'll like it more than Knife Man or their debut but i hope I'm wrong..

SpinLightTwo
April 29th 2014
1043 Comments


This is very fun and I am satisfied. 3.5 or so.

iSkane
April 29th 2014
859 Comments


I dig it a lot. The middle is kind of boring, but I'm still glad I preordered it. They need more songs like Temple Grandin.

ABjordanMM
April 30th 2014
1456 Comments


I'm enjoying this so far....and i enjoyed knife man quite a bit.

AdolfChrist
April 30th 2014
1845 Comments


"Man Is the Bastard is a brutal fucking band" fucking lol

aaronrkc
April 30th 2014
200 Comments


^best moment. and “Linda Ronstadt.” Album wasn’t great as a whole.

Digging: Viet Cong - Viet Cong

Cappa
April 30th 2014
124 Comments


Muzak for hipsters and other degenerates who experience life superficially.

AdolfChrist
May 1st 2014
1845 Comments


@aaronrkc i feel like thats how all their albums are, they all have a handful of awesome songs and then a few that aren't very good.



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