I remember seeing a billboard for this album in Hollywood a few months ago. Seeing the Epitaph logo
reminded me that they are back home with the label, after going full bore with a major. It is a good home for them considering they essentially put Epitaph on the map in more ways than one.
The first thing I noticed about this album is that it is way more rock and roll sounding that any other previous album. It was a little unexpected. Luckily, they have a few strong punk anthemic songs such as “Someone to Believe” and “The Day the Earth Stalled” to keep the core BR fan satisfied. A good solid release for sure.
RATING: 7.0 out of 10