Written by GE 138.
With an opening drum riff very similar to a People's Whiskey tune (which makes sense since it's the same drummer of that band playing on this particular song), and a opening battle cry consisting of words about various cities across the U.S. and not forgetting where you come from, the opening song called Who We Are, of this 5 song EP from Local Punk super group New Cold War is pretty impressive stuff. The songs are energetic, melodic, and catchy as fuck. It's too short though. The good songs go by too fast. It's interesting because the songs have all the characteristics of all the band members involved, people from Battle Born, Guilty By Association, and The Quitters, but yet it's new, it's fresh, and it's very good. I think Camel Hump did all the recording / production work on here, and kudos to them, because sonically it sounds killer. This stuff is really good. Digging Growing Down. Great song. Yeah, these were all completely put together songs, words and music already written by Andy Harrison, for the next Surrounded By Thieves recording, before he quit the band or was thrown out or whatever, and all I can say is that it would of been a killer release based on the strength of 4 out of 5 of these songs. Yeah, the last song on here, Corporate Dick, is just terrible Beardcore crap... hahahaha Pretty good stuff here from New Cold War. Check 'em out and get into 'em before everyone else does and they're playing a gig @ Punk Rock Posing! ;-)
Available for purchase on the New Cold War Band Camp page, which you can go to by clicking here. It's also available for download from iTunes, which you can go to by clicking here.
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