This review is from: Boar Rider (Audio CD)
Alright, so it may not be pure hardcore in the Sick of It All/Hatebreed school (of which I'm a massive fan too), there is just a bit more melody in some of the passages, and it's not pure metal because of the vocal style which have a slight touch of Jamie Hooper (ex-3 Inches of Blood) and then there's that lurking feel of dirty rock'n'roll which never goes soft or stale or even comes to the surface.
I listen to it both at work to keep going on those dreadful Wednesdays when the weekend is too far away on either side, or on Fridays when the weekend is so close, or on weekends. Or any other day really. Attitude, power, guitar, growls and screams.
I'm sure it's not a unique style of music, but I haven't heard many bands of this type who can put together a catchy tune without in any way losing aggression, it's like Sick of It All meets The Haunted.