ALL THINGS END: Self-titled: 7”

This starts off like a more gravel-voiced version of Face To Face. These guys have a very ‘90s pop punk sound that you still come across in dive bars. There is a working class sound to their songs while the lyrics are pretty straightforward. As far as pop punk goes, these guys have it down—albeit they’re not doing anything I haven’t heard before. But, hey, if they’re having fun playing, that’s all that matters. My only criticism is the artwork; it wouldn’t encourage me to pick it up. 

 –Ryan Nichols (Self-released)