First full-length release from The Last Survivors, and of course it’s a treat. Manic, raw and unruly as their take on early 80s punk is, everything is crisp, sharp and undeniably together. The guitars slice cleanly through your brainmeat and the barked vocals suggest a high degree of discipline while at the same time sounding completely off the leash. Occasionally something melodic will enter the melee, fragmenting as quickly as it appears like a glass ashtray dashed against someone’s head in a bar fight. It’s catchy, fiery and very, very fun – recommended for fans of Skitklass, The Bristles, GBH and all that good, grubby stuff.