What comes to mind when you combine pornstars, a zombie apocalypse and a tribute to Silent Hill? Your first guess would probably be something along the lines of a 16 year olds wet dream, and most of the time you'd probably be right. Of course that wouldn't be your first guess if you'd heard of the Future Idiot's third full length album Lust. The Future Idiots masterfully craft those three tantalizingly tasty topics together in what amounts to just a small sampling of the material that's loaded on the bands appropriately titled album.
If you want a better idea of what Lust sounds like then I would describe the album and the band as a combination of all those delightfully exotic desires mashed up in a Pop-Rock-Punk blended bowl of mini-wheat’s ready for your daily consumption. Of course that doesn't mean FI doesn't get serious now and again. 'Field of Pain' and 'Deception and Despair' are perfect examples of acoustic ballads performed flawlessly by a normally fast-paced and aggressive artist. The occasional female vocals and use of synthesizers also brings a change of pace to the historically Pop-Punk oriented sound. Making each song vary just enough to make all 14 tracks enjoyable and otherwise lacking the throwaway titles from similar long-length records.