In another review somewhere around here I said that I couldn’t handle that crusty, growly grind stuff. I stand by that, but this record brings up an interesting point (to me, anyways). How is it that I do like crusty, screamy political hardcore stuff? Both are, for the most part, annoying and unintelligible, yet the latter just seems more, you know, PUNK, I guess. At any rate, Capital Death play screamy, crust political punk that will suit me just fine when the mood strikes me. Somehow I knew these guys were Canadian just by hearing them. Confirmation came well hidden in the liner notes. Strange.
–ty (Punks Before Profits)