Look alive, Sunshine
109 in the sky but the pigs won't quit
You're here with me: Dr. Death Defying
I'll be your surgeon, your proctor, your helicopter
Pumpin' out the slaughtermatic sounds to keep you alive
A system failure for the masses, empty matter for the master plan
Louder than God's revolver and twice as shiny
This one's for all of you rock'n'rollers
All you crash queens and motor babies
The future is bulletproof!
The aftermath is secondary!
It's time to do it now and do it loud!
Killjoys, make some noise!
Nothing else can be said about the new album by the punk rockers from New jersey. They are definately back much louder than ever and sound more hard rock than ever before. Listening to them reinforces the fact even though head lining acts like Iron Maiden, Mettalica, AC/DC have almost exhausted their time, bands like these will pick up the void left by them, ofcourse Dave Grohl's Foo Fighters being the other promising hard rock band these days.
The album is fast paced and within minutes has you headbanging to the tune of Na Na Na to be accompanied by some austere mixes in The kids from yesterday and Goodnight Dr.Death the story of the Killjoys is one waiting to be heard. Steve Montano from Mindless Self Indulgence performs as Dr. Death Defying with his apocalyptic voice and something in the track is just magnetic and makes you want to keep listening on. The Story of the fabulous KillJoys is definately worth the time.