After the intro it kicks in with the exuberantly brilliant title track single ‘Til The Death Of Rock & Roll‘ and ending with the classic ‘Rock & Roll Over (And Die) / Epilogue’. In between you are entertained by memorable melodies, anthemic choruses, great rock n roll guitar riffs, chanting sing along choruses and neat harmonies.
It’s a glorious, in the most part, riotous punk rock n roll album. Some songs move into the heavy rock territory like the excellent ‘Meat In The City’, with it’s meaty riffs, groovy bass lines and a great little guitar solo.
‘The Will To Kill’ is a smart country tinged duet that goes back into social distortion punk rock n roll territory! And yes I’ve got to mention that the YoYo’s fans will love this band, who had a comparable catchy sound.
You’ll be Bouncing along to the infectious ‘Ashtray’s Empty’ and lit up by ‘To The Flame’. It’s a manic upbeat well written and well played album, with the occasional let up and slower moments. With each listen the album gets better & better, jokingly annoyingly so, as the songs will be humming around your head for days afterwards!