Kunk call to mind the British post-hardcore movement that passed a few years ago with bands like Hell is for Heroes, Hundred Reasons and especially Reuben. As an album, Destroy the Weapon is perfectly enjoyable, but it seems like well-trodden ground, with nothing all that new to offer.
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