Based on the number of stereotypical trappings to be found here—mohawk, dual male/female vocals, song titles like “Embrace the Rage” and so on—it’d be easy to slag ’em off as just another parrot punk band. Look a little deeper, however, and it’s clear that there’s more to ’em. First off, their lyrics often identify specific issues instead of relying on the same vague shouts of “Fuck the System” and odes to getting shitfaced, and are written on a level more Subhumans than Exploited. Further investigation indicates they’ve done their time in the squat scene. While, ultimately, I can’t say the release really struck a chord with me musically, I do respect ’em.