nothing really special about this album, i got really excited when i knew they were making a new one, still waiting for them to bring another one out like same old tunes, for monkeys or life on a plate, i miss the old and fast skate punk millencolin
It's great to have the old Millencolin back. Despite being a loyal fan since day one, I have to admit that Kingwood left me a bit bored. Machine 15 has the same punchiness as Life on a Plate and lyrically is a lot more angry ('Who's Laughing Now') than self-pitied as there last couple of releases were. This has been one constant repeat in my MP3 player since it arrived. Millencolin are really getting back to their roots with the likes of 'Detox'(reminiscent of Pennybridge Pioneer sound) and 'Brand New Game'. Any true Millencolin fan and new fans alike will not be dissapointed.