Anti-Flag Underground Network

In true Anti-Flag tradition, as soon as the music begins, the powerful 1977 street punk punches hit you in your gut and head, leaving little time or desire for recovery. There's no feeling quite like being assaulted by Anti-Flag's music and political messages. They are the Crass of the new anthemic punk world. Underground Network, the band's third full-length effort, displays more musical complexity and layering, and the songs just keep getting better and better. It's great to see punk bands still maintaining a serious political stance and possessing integrity and conviction to their beliefs. It's no wonder Rage Against the Machine requested Anti-Flag to open up for their last tour. (Fat Wreck)