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Natural Law

Find The Flock

Deranged 203

Released on March 20, 2012

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NYC/DC’s Natural Law finally returns with their definitive statement as a band, both musically and ideologically. Far surpassing their previous material, the band has settled into a sound that places them as a contemporary version of late-era Minor Threat. With a cleaner, fuller recording courtesy of Ser Willem Dandy of the House Deadair, Natural Law has finally fulfilled their potential and Find The Flock stands as a monolith amongst their catalog.

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Frankie from Laytonville, CA 
Aug 15 2013 Rating: 4/5 Stars

So here's the hotly anticipated (by me at least) full length 12" from NY hardcore dudes Natural Law. While I love the first demo and the 7", I find the second demo and this LP to be somewhat lacking. Good HC songwriting abounds, and the band comes off strong and ballsy. But somehow it seems forced. There's energy here, but it's dampened. It seems like the band feels routine, and some of the lyrical content reflects that. Instead of the usual poetic, scathing, cryptic lyrics, some of these songs come off as about not much at all. Don't get me wrong, some of the songs are dead on and brutal, especially "Party Trick" and "The Nail That Sticks Up". Often the 12" format is a rough transition for bands that have been used to compiling material for 7" or demo releases, and what I see can probably be attributed to growing pains. I fucking love this band, and this is a decent album, but I think that their truly defining release is still to come.

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