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|4.0 excellent||TheSupernatural | October 19th 20|
WE DON'T GOT NO GOD DAMN BAND. WE DON'T NEED NO FUCKIN' PRACTICE, RANDY. WE DON'T NEED A SHITTY ASS MANAGER NEITHER.
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|4.5 superb||rammerst | October 14th 20|
Sounds familiar and refreshing at the same time, great discovery!
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|3.5 great||Erwann S. CONTRIBUTOR | October 20th 20|
Punk rock that obviously loves ska-inspired acousthicc deviations. The vocals + overall energy makes me immediately think of *that* kind of punk band that loves beer and whose vocalist shines due to his raspy vocals. On top of that, a headbang-inducing rhythm section, as well as engaging guitars, make this a very cool punk record. Plus there are hardcore influences, so ofc I dig. The album as a whole sometimes sounds a tad too homogeneous to my taste - although there are some slight electronic thingies going on. 3.5
|4.5 superb||Rowdy | October 16th 20|
what a refreshing find. this is fucking BRILLIANT
|4.0 excellent||Lucman | October 12th 20|
Throw Green Day, Jeff Rosenstock, and Beach Slang in a blender and you get this slice of thrilling punk brilliance.
|4.5 superb||Shoutbox me for a free sexy sloth picture | October 8th 20|
Two years in the making this raspy, gritty, dirty ska-cum-punk-cum-folk punk album has arrived in a turbulent world, and positions itself in the gutter next to the dumpster, on a pedestal, right along side Streetlight Manifesto. There are hardcore influences and electronical experimentation, Sam King's harsh vocals bring an energy level that is matched not only by the galloping rhythm section but the 2 guitars on overdrive. This album is a fun, dynamic listen, and holds you at full attention,until the final song plays, and then you start listening again. AOTY? Could be.
|3.0 good||Ben CONTRIBUTOR | October 22nd 20|
|4.5 superb||CCVeiM | October 19th 20|
|4.0 excellent||Slex | October 19th 20|
|4.0 excellent||Atari STAFF | October 13th 20|
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