After the Dwarves were sentenced to die on their last outing, 2004’s The Dwarves Must Die, we all knew that it would only be a matter of time before they were reanimated. Well the wait was a little longer than usual, but the almighty Dwarves are back and born again. The amazing thing about the Dwarves is their amazing ability to cross styles and genres with ease. That said, it seems that perhaps they were spreading themselves too thin on the last couple of releases. A little too much experimentation, and not enough Blood, Guts, and Pussy perhaps? Well, I’m happy to report that the Dwarves have in fact been born again into the world of depraved punk rock insanity. There isn’t any foray into hip-hop on this one, just a great balance of melodic mastery and pornographic alchemy delivered at break neck speed. Twenty-one songs that traverse all aspects of the Dwarves world. Sex, drugs, violence… Would you expect anything else? The lyrical content is heinous, for sure, but the most evil trick that Blag and company pull is their ability to make them so catchy that they can’t help but stick in your head. In the end, if you like the Dwarves, you’ll like this. If you don’t, you’ll still hate them.
–ty (Greedy, thedwarves.com)