11 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Nine albums in, the Cali rockers get political with a blistering dispatch from a paranoid world. Drone warfare (on high-concept onslaught “Death From Above”), Edward Snowden (the pleasingly thrashy “Whistleblower”), and Capitol Hill profiteers (exhilarating war cry “Blood on the Sand”) all jostle for room on a bustling record that bubbles over with ideas and Riley Breckenridge’s distinctive thunderous drumming. Thankfully, you don’t need to be a foreign policy expert to savour the monumental thrill of riffy centerpiece “Black Honey”.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Nine albums in, the Cali rockers get political with a blistering dispatch from a paranoid world. Drone warfare (on high-concept onslaught “Death From Above”), Edward Snowden (the pleasingly thrashy “Whistleblower”), and Capitol Hill profiteers (exhilarating war cry “Blood on the Sand”) all jostle for room on a bustling record that bubbles over with ideas and Riley Breckenridge’s distinctive thunderous drumming. Thankfully, you don’t need to be a foreign policy expert to savour the monumental thrill of riffy centerpiece “Black Honey”.

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