Most of this album is actually pretty tight, but, honestly, not incredibly original, which is mostly forgivable because the band is still fairly new. The music itself draws sound from Bouncing Souls, Pinhead Gunpowder, and Lifetime. What would really help is to tell whoever’s singing on track five to never sing again. It’s sound like he’s trying to imitate Erik Funk of Dillinger Four and ended up sounding like that pterodactyl from Pee-Wee’s Playhouse. Their last track is another punk song about not caring what others think, and it’s now so cliché that the only people who still don’t find it ironic that bands with songs like this send out review copies are the people who still think the earth is flat.
–Bryan Static (Cabana 1)