‘STOMP’ is Big D’s SKA/Punk release filled with a mix of Operation Ivy, The Specials, and The Suicide Machines-esque style and of course Big D’s signature sound. Tracks like ‘Stepping Out’ and ‘The Noise’ are aggressive and fun, while the track ‘Shit Tattoos’ simply spends it’s time taking the piss out of terrible tattoo artists. ‘Don’t Compare Me To You’ is a darker tune that seems to come from the shadows while ‘You Treat Everyone Like Shit’ conveys Big D’s signature thrash. Any lover of SKA/Punk will undoubtedly love Big D’s new classic-- ‘STOMP’.
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Chris from Novato, CA
Aug 17 2013
I guess the easiest way to compare these two new Big D albums is like comparing For The Damned Vs. Fluent In Stroll. Both albums have different, yet subtle sounds. Stomp is the more punkish/ska sounding album and by far the better of the two. While it's not even close to being as good as Strictly Rude, i would say it's comparable to For The Damned, Etc. I have no problem with Big D sticking to what they do best and this is a fine album indeed. Either way, you should buy both of these albums to support this independently funded effort by a fantastic band.