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StrizzMatik
October 2nd 2017


4033 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

The recorded version of Laughing Stock shreds so hard, Jord fucking murders those drums and the outro is just madness

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DungeonBoy
October 2nd 2017


8462 Comments


Good review. I think you meant conjure, not conger.

Shogun
October 2nd 2017


463 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Their weakest post Less Talk/More Rock.



Desperately want to hear the studio version of Laughing Stock, the live version slays like a motherfucker.

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
October 2nd 2017


9276 Comments


Their weakest post Less Talk/More Rock.

Learned and cherished the band with Failed States, so I can safely say the new album feels inferior to Failed..., at least on first listens.

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DrGonzo1937
Staff Reviewer
October 2nd 2017


17203 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

It is. But like I say, they've got a catalogue of albums to such a high standard that even if this is their worst since Less Talk, it's still awesome. lol

onionbubs
October 2nd 2017


14050 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

yeah lol but I definitely at least like them more than failed states and potemkin

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WetHarmonica1916
October 2nd 2017


97 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I love Punk Rock

peber
October 2nd 2017


7 Comments


This album hasnt clicked yet, but their albums usually takes me a while to get into. Potemkin City Limits took me about 10 years to fully appreciate, now it's one of my favorites. Love that U2 intro on the last song!

butcherboy
October 2nd 2017


9464 Comments


nice one, Gonzo.. great write-up..

where do I start with these guys? and will I like them if most hardcore punk doesn't tickle me?

DrGonzo1937
Staff Reviewer
October 2nd 2017


17203 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Cheers Butcher.



Hard to say, really. Anything before Today's Empire is ska-punk; Today's Empire onward is a blend of metal/hardcore and punk. I consider Today's Empire to be their best, but anything past Today's Empire is so damn consistent I'd say pick anywhere. Here could be a good start, because of the past creeping into it.





Project
October 2nd 2017


5209 Comments


yeah this is solid. Love how this band balances punk ideals and openly admits their failures to achieve them (the closer, mostly).

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Project
October 2nd 2017


5209 Comments


"good year for punk bands with photos of roller coasters on their album cover "

This, Menzingers, anyone else?

jmh886
October 2nd 2017


2617 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

the kings of punk metal.

onionbubs
October 2nd 2017


14050 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I prefer a wilhelm scream mostly out of preferring the vocalist but propagandhi is def a close second

TooManyFriends
October 2nd 2017


3406 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

this bangs so hard

Ebola
October 2nd 2017


4164 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Dear Ron MacLean

DEAR COACH'S CORNER

Satellite
October 2nd 2017


26518 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

@project just the menzos. possibly my top 2 aoty, though.



@butcher start with supporting caste. and these guys aren't really hardcore in the traditional sense. more of a punk/thrash hybrid.

Project
October 2nd 2017


5209 Comments


gotcha, had to make sure my collection was complete. menzingers are in my top 5 this year for sure

Lexluthor
October 2nd 2017


111 Comments


1. Supporting Caste
2. Todays Empires
3. Victory Lap
4. Potemkin City Limits
5. How to Clean Everything
6. Less Talk More Rock
7. Failed States

but who is really to say. It is like choosing my favourite child

Gyromania
October 2nd 2017


33143 Comments


This album is trash by their standards



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