|01. Radiosurgery |
|02. Anthem for the Unwanted |
|03. Drill It In My Brain |
|04. I’m Not the One |
|05. Ready, Aim, Fire! |
|06. Dumped |
|07. Summer Fling, Don’t Mean a Thing |
|08. Caught in the Act |
|09. Memories and Battle Scars |
|10. Trainwreck |
|11. Map of Your Body |
New Found Glory vocalist Jordan Pundik may sing “I’m amazed that we’ve made it this far” on the band’s new full-length album Radiosurgery, but that shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone who has followed the band’s career trajectory. For the past fourteen years the Coral Spring, Florida, pop-punk act New Found Glory have transcended trends and gimmicks by writing songs from the heart that listeners of all ages can relate, including three gold records under their belts . The band’s latest studio album Radiosurgery sees New Found Glory continuing that journey while simultaneously paying homage to the bands that influenced them to pick up instruments as teenagers. From the Green Day-influenced opener “Radiosurgery” to melodic, upbeat anthems like “Ready, Aim, Fire!” the songs on Radiosurgery sound undeniably like New Found Glory but also have a timeless pop-punk feel that will invariably appeal to both veteran and new fans. After selling millions of records, interacting with countless fans and touring the world with everyone from Weezer to Paramore, New Found Glory feel a responsibility to their audience to bring something new and fresh to the table with every release and Radiosurgery does just that.
|by Steph||Wednesday 7 December, 2011|
This is a great album if you just wanna sit back and chill to some old school soundin tunes!
|Rating: || [5 out of 5 stars]|
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