There used to be a time where I placed a curse upon the words post punk. It always kind of annoyed me how anything could be post-”thing that never stopped existing.” I mean, Iggy Pop was considered proto-punk until 1977 at which point he was considered post-punk. How the hell does that work? Eventually I learned of the ways of Gang Of Four and Wire and I stopped being so bitchy about the semantics of it all. We Are Hex continue in that line of post punk with the production values to match. Their songwriting skills are not too shabby either.
–Bryan Static (Roaring Colonel)