False Idle - Threat

Published Friday 26th July 2013
False Idle - Threat
False Idle - Threat

STYLE: Rock
RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 139453-20669
LABEL: Thumper Punk
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 1


Reviewed by Tim Holden

Having released a couple of EPs over the last few years, this skate punk band from Idaho have now released a full length album. And full it certainly is. After a sound effect opening - propeller airplane flypast - the high speed drum driven sound erupts and the energy does not drop much until the end. With typical punk shouted vocals - even managing some harmonies - raw guitar lines and in your face challenging lyrics this is punk at its best and stands up to comparison with Green Day or, for those with even longer memories, One Bad Pig. The lyrics cover a lot of ground, from greed through corruption in politics and the media to more personal and family issues and counter it all with a call to stand united in our hope in God. They even manage that unique item, the punk ballad, with the title track exploring how Christians are a "Threat" to society. A great punk romp and well worth a listen.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Sideswipe [Listen]
2. On Tomorrow [Listen]
3. Facade [Listen]
4. One Cause One Fight [Listen]
5. Among The Dead [Listen]
6. Land Of Me [Listen]
7. Threat [Listen]
8. A Tension [Listen]
9. New Brand Of Revolution [Listen]
10. Retaliate [Listen]
11. Where Do We Go [Listen]
12. In The Dark [Listen]

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