This was a hard CD for me to review. First, ‘cause I’m not very smart. But mostly because this band is hard to pigeonhole. The foundation of their sound is grounded in garage style rock’n’roll. Throw in the best aspects of hardcore and street punk and spit this out on fast, loud, skillfully played guitars that constantly switch things up and always leaves you wanting more. This is Bottles and Skulls. You don’t know what to expect next from them except that it will knock you upside your fuckin’ head. The lyrics are pretty basic stream of consciousness ramblings about drinking, girls and just being an all around bad ass. This goes well with their sound. Check them out.