Releasing their second disc for Tooth & Nail, the Undecided have returned with their latest, entitled More to See. Along the same rollicking and rolling tradition as labelmates Slick Shoes and Hangnail, the Undecided deliver a disc that is as solid as a ton of bricks. Produced by Neill King, who has worked with Green Day and the OC Supertones, More to See finds the Undecided sounding as mature as punk music gets. Cuts like "The Youngest Son" and "Sands of Time" offer up catchy guitar riffs, energetic vocals, and impressive hooks. On the disc there's also plenty of double-time drumming with up-tempo nuggets like "Time for a Change" and "A Thought Away." Like many Christian punk bands, the Undecided are much more subtle in their spiritual references. On More to See the band opts to tackle more social issues instead.
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AllMusic Review by Steve Losey