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Subincision takes a street punk sound and adds a country twist to the 11-track JINGO, a collection that evokes comparisons to Social Distortion, Rancid and Flogging Molly. East Bay hardcore fans will be happy with the bouncy sustenance of "Shelly's Song", a sing-along song that would sound best after a pint or two. Fear not though folks, there's still a lot of bite on this album, like the sturdy, standardized punk of "Infidel Fight Song", yet Subincision know how to implement more than you'd expect to keep you on your steel toes. Chances are if you dig punk rock that goes the extra mile and rekindles some old school style, you'd really be into Subincision's latest.
- Mike SOS