All that needs to be heard is the first song on More Bitterness and that pretty much generalizes the entire album. Just straightforward mid-tempo, pop-punk, multi-layered vocals, and the occasional sample that'll inform the listener when another song is starting. What else could be said for a band that's practically put out the same album for the last several years? At least they do an abrasive versions of the Pouges' "Fairytale of New York" -- thanks to a little help from Tilt's Cinder Block -- which alone deserves a star.
AllMusic Review by Mike DaRonco