U.S. Bombs Back At The Laundromat

The Bombs know punk rock; running ’77 style through a California old school skate filter to come up with a tough yet melodic sound. A Sex Pistols influence runs through this and is bolstered by the snarling vocals of skate legend Duane Peters. Even after six years of various singles and albums, the Bombs aren’t showing signs of wear. Lyrically, this has a somewhat bitter and cynical edge when looking at politics and life in general. This is the kind of record that walks the line between punk and oi, and would be at home alongside the likes of Rancid and the Swingin’ Utters. (Hellcat)