This is some serious hardcore punk rock here. I hate that I have to add the “punk rock” on the end of that statement, but these days if I just wrote “hardcore,” it would probably conjure up images of muscle jocks with full sleeve tattoos and basketball jerseys playing thinly veiled metal. Nope, this record isn’t that at all. This is anger and urgency. It’s aggression. It’s mind-blowingly good. The thing I find really interesting about this record is that each song is sung by a different vocalist, yet it doesn’t affect the overall sound of the band. I’m gonna have to search out some of their other releases, I think.