What sets this punk political commentary apart is how its intensely personal and slow tempo sets the launch for the fury to take off and make a solid Banger entry.
On the night of September 10th 2001, I was at a P.O.D.’s CD release and album signing for Satellite. I … More
On this album one song inches above the rest with pure anger- yes- we go angry, and not just at a single entity, nay, at the whole fucking world.
Whatever it is, the music, like flames engulfing bodies, rises in ferocity and swirls
Religious, political, nihilistic, optimistic, realistic in 2:20 of hardcore punk.