Imagine that you made a mix tape of the following bands; Bad Religion, Blink 182, Pennywise, and Sublime and that’s a pretty good idea what listening to Authority Zero’s new album was like. This band out of Arizona plays a really good mix of skate/pop/ska punk usually never allowing two songs in a row to sound the same and occasionally changing styles in the middle of a song. The lyrics mostly follow the skate punk staple of doing your own thing and overcoming struggles (“Passage In Time, “Over Seasons” and “Everyday”). This band also mixes up styles and languages on “LA Surf” which is a Dick Dale sounding song sung entirely in Portuguese.
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Caleb from Lawrence, KS
Mar 16 2006
This album is alright. Their vocalist is FUCKING insane, I love his style of insaneo fast vocals, that's why I bought this cd. However, Andiamo is WAY better, faster, and angrier. This cd just seems to go by without you even noticing because it's just so generic.
Daniel from Lake Havasu City, AZ
Jan 20 2004
Great band! They sound very unique and original, and they just simply kick ass. I don't know how else to put it. I'd really recommend buying this CD.
Chris from Narragansett, RI
Sep 19 2003
this cd sux ass. pop punk with shitty vocals. very repeatative. shitty ska riffs in very few parts. i bought this cd cuz i heard they are punk ska and there was a pretty coo punk ska song on the warped 2003 comp. probly the only good song on that cd. but this album sux. sorry guys