Ένα σύντομο μεν, περιεκτικότατο δε, δυνατό σοκ.
Ετσι όπως πρέπει να είναι η σκληρή μουσική σήμερα.
Μόνο και μόνο το κείμενο που γράφουν(παρακάτω) για τον εν λόγω δίσκο, φτάνει.
Μωρέ μπράβο οι Άγγλουρες…
"So things got worse and we got sad. We found disappointment at every turn: we sang songs about changing the world because we believed we could, we played this music because we thought punk rock was a scene that would never allow fascists, sexists, homophobes and their apologists to be tolerated, but such ideas seemed to be little more than a token mention whilst people awkwardly tuned instruments. We thought that heavy music was played by people with heavy opinions, heavy souls who wanted to have heavy late night conversations. We thought people valued originality and integrity over petty attempts at fame and recognition. We thought our little band releasing a little record could contribute to the resistance, could keep the flame alive. We must be naïve or stupid or both, because here we are with another record, because we refuse to give up. We refuse to believe that smashing Nazi's means anything less than just that, we refuse to believe that we need a 'manager', we refuse to believe that you have to fawn over pornographers to get your shitty video premièred to get you on that next "rad" tour. And if punk rock never stood for freedom in the first place then fuck it, lets use a new word and carry on the only way we feel comfortable, and lets make this scene a safe place for those that are well intentioned, and a dangerous place for those who aren't. We have recorded five of the angriest, saddest songs we have ever written. "