Punk rock, emphasis on the rock. Something like Hot Snakes or Drive Like Jehu. There’s some goddamn power behind these power chords. The hammer slamming down on the cover is a perfect metaphor for the workman quality of the record. The beats are pounding, smashing a framework into shape that propels the sonic qualities throughout the whole disc. It’s simple, it’s heavy, it’s the noise of industry filtered into a punk record. Grade: B+.
–Bryan Static (Money Fire)