The Legendary Invisible Men as they are known, have released an astounding album that is full of energy and sound. These "Invisible Men", which are now visible at their concerts due to the fact that they don't wear bandages to go along with the 'invisible men' theme, are formed by former members of The Bomboras. All of the members are ex-Bomboras except for Keith Fitz, who plays guitar. And even one of The Invisible Men is a former Ghastly Ones member, that honor being held by Paul Buck who plays lead guitar. The rest of the members are Shane Van Dyke; bass and Dave Klein who is an awesome drummer.
The Invisible Men are letting it lose with Come Get Some, with tracks such as Blind Man, Lie To Me, Solidarity, and You're Trash, which is coincidentally my favorite track, are exceptional in their own way. Whether it being by the distorted guitars that play with such energy or the background organ that is played by Dave Klein, and less not forget Dave's other instrument in which he seems to sound almost poetic in his drumming motions. Then there are the lyrics that seem to almost scream out of the cd while your listening to this album.
The only downside is that The Invisible Men play songs with lyrics unlike their former bands that mainly played instrumental surf so there was somewhat of a disapointment. Instead it turned out to be a pleasant surprise and i enjoyed this album quite well to where i listen to it on a regular basis.