I was so excited about this album coming out and finally i got it! And let me tell you, it was defintely not a disappointment! This album has 10 fantastic songs on it (i'm not a fan of the closer Death Sex: 12 mins of unlistenable noise and the guitar screeching actaully hurt my ears! But lets not dwell on that.....)My favourites have got to be The Hunger, The Gallow Is God and Love Is Paranoid. I couldn't help but notice when i was listening to the album how much The Distillers have changed since thier last brillant album Sing Sing Death House. They still have thier punk sound but it isn't so raw and instead of Brody just telling you blunty what she's singing about, in Coral Fang most of her lyrics are metaphorical and you have to actualy work out what she's singing about. I think this is good though because everyone will have thier own interpretations of the songs. In no way though am i saying this is a bad thing. Maybe they havn't so much changed, but progressed. This shows how great a band The Distillers are, they are still the same band, they still play punk, but they've managed to make an album that isn't a complete replica of thier last one. I also think that the recruitment of new guitarist Tony Bradley was a wise idea. On Coral Fang all the songs are a lot more varied in terms of chords used and melodies played and Andy has learned to play a different drum beat! Brody Dalle has excelled herself on this album! I know she needed the rest of the band to help her but she does deserve most of the credit because she wrote all the songs and lyrics and her amazing voice is what makes this band stand out! If you're already fans of the The Distillers then you should love this album and if you've never heard of them before, believe me it would be well worth your time checking them out!