The title of The Murder's sophomore album "'Til Death" serves as a constant reminder that this band is in it for the long haul. The album delivers a collection of fist pumping, chant along tunes complete with solid hooks and flashy solos to a steadily growing audience. Picking up where their debut album left off, the raucous punk rock 'n' roll style that The Murder have become known for shines through on the first single "Streets of Boston". Paying tribute to the oft-missed Rathskellar and the mid-90's Boston Punk Scene, the song evokes memories of good times past and years gone by. After reminiscing about their roots, the band explores some of their more diverse influences, with a distinct rebel country influence shining through on "Better Watch Out". As the record progresses, "Six Strings" brings back another flood of memories, of time spent in past bands, and promises to raise emotion in anyone who has ever picked up an instrument. On Side B the band opens with the ska-punk jangle of "Here We Go Again", while "Soundclash" takes things a step further, enlisting the vocal styling of Boston dancehall legend D!Arryval on a solid reggae tune. Ending with the same intensity in which it began, the record ends with "Switchblade", a hard hitting number recalling the rough and tumble world of S.E. Hilton.
Streets of Boston
Better Watch Out
Here We Go Again
Soundclash (Feat. D!Arryval)
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