Minneapolis punk band Off With Their Heads are well on
their way to carving out their own punk rock story with
their modern take on anthemic four-to-the-floor rock and
roll. In the gritty tradition of bands like the Bronx and
Against Me, Off With Their Heads write songs that invite
fist-pumping singalongs. For their Epitaph debut In
Desolation, Off With Their Heads have recorded a hookfilled
masterpiece, a record that puts the punk back in
Reviews are written by people that purchased this item from Interpunk
Joel from Muncie, IN
Jun 21 2010
I'm listening to the record as I write this. Straight forward punk rock angry yet catchy. Anthems for scumbags who have spent countless nights in dirty basements drunkenly staggering around with best friends. If you've heard this band already then you know what you're getting into with another solid release. I wanna know whats in the water up there in Minneapolis that churns out so many rad bands?
Michael from Richboro, PA
Jun 14 2010
This is not OWTH strongest release but it is still an amazing record. I didn't get bored at all listening to this record. I was even in a happy mood when I listened to it and I still enjoyed it. It might be better if you're in a bad mood though. Buy it! Now!