“We ask; How long will it take until we surrender
and don’t ask why? Yesterday falls victim to now.”
The messages that they convey do not contain the depth of a Boy Sets Fire, but the anger and honesty is still there in abundance, in common with former tour mates The International Noise Conspiracy. The hardcore punk genre is gathering a little more depth at the moment and with tracks like ‘Forty Seven’ that have the typical creeping instrumental intro, prior to the frenetic instrumentals incorporating a cutting bass line, as well as in your face anger ridden vocals; time in Malta can proudly call themselves hardcore. This San Francisco born outfit is no doubt a welcome addition to the punk scene, possessing views and riffs that are tighter than Alcatraz used to be.