I’m not sure how accurate this all is, but it seems like for me it would have cost me a lot more money when I was listening to bands in the 00s to follow punk bands versus, you know, just about anything else. (Remember emo?)
This is the type of EP that if I was going to turn the site into a punk site (I’m not—it will always stay open to all genres of music, so long as they don’t suck) “No Home”, the title track, would be our anthem because it just fits with the whole gypsy theme and the way that I feel about life so well.
Sorry State is bringing out the real hardcore punk, guys and gals. I wish I had known about this earlier, but now you know. And, yes, this review has been more about my re-finding of the punk rock genre thanks to this band/label/EP, but so what. Let the music speak for itself.