In your face and rebellious, aggressive punk that certainly has a tinge of old-school hardcore to it in the vocals and the instrumentation (at times). Amy Taylor leads the way with singing, shouting and yelling depending on the mood of the song, of which there are plenty. 'Gacked on Anger', 'GFY' and 'Punisha' are very aggressive, while 'Got You', 'Angel' and 'Monsoon Rock' are more midtempo with themes of love and the anthemic monsoon rock party. These songs shows that Amyl and the Sniffers can write great tracks in a few different styles and it makes the album really fun to replay a lot. No re-inventing the wheel here and sometimes a bit too familiar in its garage/punk roots but great songwriting, a commanding vocalist, good hooks and in the end just fun. 'Gacked on Anger' is fantastic.