This had come across our way a while back but somehow I was unable to find it until I found it while attempting to get things
organized around here. White Clouds & Gunfire kick the disc off with a trio of melodic (leaning on poppy) punk anthems
with tasteful hooks, classic harmonies (often male/female) and a blend of high-powered crunch guitar with keyboard embellishments.
Destructors 666 head into a different path with a hard driving vintage sounding punk/HC sound with an occasional garage rock
swagger in their short, fast songs. While their sub-genres may seem to be diametrically opposed to each other, the bands
actually compliment each other much more than even this review would likely suggest. Those readers curious about expanding
what they think punk should be (or even just wanting to hear some new bands) might find this a good way to pique their curiosity.
(Rowdy Ferrago Records. c/o: Flat 4, 101 Park Road Peterborough, Cambs PE1 2TR England. destructors666.com)