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on 29 May 2011
Watched them support The Duke Spirit in Newcastle I missed there first song but could hear them from the next room and some people came out as I went in more fool them. Live this band are rock 'n' roll at its best it was like Refused meets Rocket From The Crypt and stomped on The Hives loved it. On record which I bought at gig from the singer Screaming Al Kershaw who kindly imformed me that the record was recorded live and takes nothing away from there live show which is pretty much what every band wants. What can I say 11 songs 25mins long of a prue master class in Rocking honest Roll well done 5 stars . Music has flatlined let The Computers pump the blood back in long live The Computers.
on 26 December 2011
The album kicks down the door, rocks the place with its raw mix of punk, rock and roll, garage, hardcore, James Brown and post-hardcore, and then quickly leaves, refusing to pay for the door. Not afraid to slow it down (like on the heavy blues of "The Queen in 3D"), but at its best when racing along, (like in boogie-charged hardcore number "Yeah Yeah Yeah"), it's a simple, fun album, but with a darker edge lyrically. Recommended for punk lovers old and new.