If you picture yourself in a dimly lit bar, filled with friendly people in a small town, Buffalo Tom playing songs from their new album, Three Easy Pieces would fit perfectly playing on stage.
When a band releases their first full-length album they sometimes play it safe. The songs are consistent with few surprises and appeal to a wider audience as opposed to a specific group. For Attack in Black‘s first full-length album, Marriage, they practically ran in the opposite direction of that theory. Ironing out a more stable, controlled sound since their EP, Widows, this album is going to give punk rock bands a challenge to deliver quality rather than filler.