An unrelenting blast of punk fury, with Brody Dalle leading the fray. With all the angst and intensity of their previous releases, their major label debut also instills a catchier side to Dalle's songwriting. This, thankfully is not to the detriment of the songs and it is very easy to imagine punk carnage on mosh-anthems such as "Dismantle me", "Die on a rope" and the stand out track "Hall of mirrors". The sheen added to this album is featured predominatly on slow-burner "The Hunger", first single "Drain the blood" and the title track. All in all a job well done. Lots of rage, fast-paced, passionate delivery coupled with excellent production by Gil Norton make for a very good album indeed.
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