To be honest, the last PFA record I liked was their last LP called God Squats Us All. The split 7" with Dance or Die wasn't bad, but those songs weren't that great as the older ones (for me). But yeah, ’God Squats Us All’ was my favourite. Since then they’ve released some EP's and split records, but as I wrote those ones didn't really hit the bar.
But they're back with a ’studio album’ which finally sounds as the old ones I liked much. I'm not a sound-nazi, in fact, I prefer noisy-punk-mistery much more than clean sounded music, but this is the sound that fits them. The P.F.A. sound. Angry, insane, wild one-finger-solos, fast, raw but sometimes melodic tunes. Anyhow, the thing is that we have a common band member.
Buda (I shouldn't write my name here anymore, because I'm the only one who writes the posts)