After the limp, tired 2nd album that was "The
Royal Society" I kinda gave up on this lot.
2002 brought us the debut "Horse of the Dog"
and it was great - full of piss and spite that bounced
along with a psychotic rock-a-billy swagger that
mixed up the Stooges and punk.
This is a return to form. Stomping rhythms with
a heavy groove set the scene while the vocals veer
between a sneer and shout to give you an album
that at last almost follows up "Horse of the Dog'.