Fury 66 play melodic hardcore in the same vein as Good Riddance or Strike Anywhere. They’ve been around for a long time and have appeared on a ton of comps and toured pretty consistently and they play their instruments well. All of that shows on this album. About half of the songs on Red Giant Evolution have appeared on comps or seven inches. I assume that the other half of the songs are new. It’s a pretty good album. The vocals are fast and clear and the drummer does a good job of changing tempos and generating speed. If you’ve already obtained all of the albums by Good Riddance, Strike Anywhere, Kid Dynamite, and Avail, I’d recommend you pick up this one by Fury 66.