Even thought the immediate response to the words "comeback album" is followed with rolled eyes and cynical remarks, opinions will change when one cranks out Demmamussabebonk. Being the first Snuff record since their "breakup," back in 1992, a three-year hiatus and a slight lineup change is just what they needed, because this album rocks! With a new guitarist, the songs on Demmamussabebonk are a lot faster, tighter and more complex without losing their energy and quick wit for which they're known. Not only are Snuff the forefathers of thrashy pop-punk, but they can still kick it with all the younger bands who try to sound like them.
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AllMusic Review by Mike DaRonco