The long awaited comeback record from Fear proved one thing: nothing had changed. Musically, Lee Ving sticks to the formula that first put his band on the map, but the catchy punk rock that Fear plays has become clichéd. If there is any redeeming quality to the record, it's likely found in Ving's rather zealous odes to his favorite beverage. Non-completeists beware, and stick to the first two albums.
AllMusic Review by Chris True