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Northern Avenger

Sudden Death 79

Released on October 7, 2008

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# Song Name Popularity
1 Human Bomb  0%
2 Golden State  0%
3 Devil's Speedway Voted #2  33%
4 Poor Poor Boy  0%
5 Donnybrook Voted #3  17%
6 Police Brutality  0%
7 Mountains That We Climbed  0%
8 This Machine Kills Fascists  0%
9 How Long Till The Day  0%
10 Set Them Free  0%
11 Who Will Stop The Rain  0%
12 Still A Punk  0%
13 Last Chance Voted #1  50%
14 California Hardcore  0%
15 Crossfire  0%
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Gavin from Belfast, United Kingdom 
Nov 15 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Wow this is pretty fucking good. I've been listening to DOA for over 20 years and this is their best album in a long time, there's not a bad one on here. The sound is great, really crisp and clear, the drums in particular sound really good and Joey has written some of his best songs since probably Hardcore 81. They do mix it up somewhat in terms of styles, but unlike their last effort (Live Free of Die), this actually works well. It's pretty close to "Win the Battle" in terms of production and song structure and for me that's damn good!! Some of the melodies really hark back to their glory days, without sounding repetitive or over-used, the musicianship is top drawer (in particular Joeys guitar work) and the vocals/lyrics are right on the mark. DOA can be hit or miss sometimes, and after so many years it must be difficult to come up with the goods but this delivers. Great album, highly recomended.

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