I decided to paste it here, because who really wants to another website if I can just post what they wrote here.
“Modern style hardcore that’s more sprawling than fast and in your face. Borders on ‘90s-style emo. The songs are based around a solid wall of guitar. Underneath are melodies that evoke a feeling of despair. Percussion rumbles and builds, giving the music tension, and the vocals are abrasive and shouted into a void. “American Cancer” builds to a mid tempo and goes from there. They attack, what I’m guessing, is the Bush Administration, and the indifference of a government too ready to declare war. Then on the flip is the title track and it continues along in the same mood as the opener: mid tempo, with a down feeling, and the details of a dead relationship. Overall, a decent record. But I’m wondering if they ever pick up the pace or just keep it to a slow simmer? Will they continue in the realm of hardcore, or cross over into Cap’n Jazz style music? Questions, questions… –Matt Average”
for the record, cold snap will never sound like Cap’n Jazz. One time someone wore a cold snap shirt to that Cap’n Jazz gig though.