Man am I delinquent in reviewing this album or what?
Anyway, Hardcore/D-Beat/Metal supergroup Disfear (featuring members of At The Gates and Entombed) are back with a new album. "Live The Storm" shows the band bloom from a 4 piece to a 5 piece since their previous album. They keep up with the whole "Motorhead meets D-Beat" theme in the scheme of things, only now it's a lot more metal sounding because they have a band that's more full to round things out. All of the songs are excellent for driving on a cross-country trip where you're fueled on caffiene (or whatever prescription medication your doctor may give you for ADD) where you're on some crazy endeavor to satiate the thirst of Odin. Okay, maybe not that crazy, but there's still some killer tracks on here. The opener, Get It Off, is freakin' sweet. I've heard Deadweight on satellite radio before, so maybe that's what constitutes their "radio hit." My personal favorite is the last track, Phantom, which is the longest on the CD.
I recommend you get the album, either on CD format or downloaded from either Amazon or iTunes. It's a legit CD and shows that good punk will never die.