On the first listen to Full Circle, it's hard to believe that Pennywise had a founding member commit suicide prior to the album's recording. The record is tough, heavy, hard, and fast, expanding the breakthroughs the group made with 1995's About Time. Listen a little more closely, and there's a newfound pain and pathos on the record that makes Full Circle Pennywise's most affecting album.
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AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine