Where these guys differ from the aforementioned moderns is how much they draw from the English Oi! movement. I don't pretend to be any kind of Oi! commentator but the six tracks that comprise this demo are all built around a mid paced, stomping 1-2 beat as opposed to any kind of break out, fast rage, and with that a somewhat different vibe is created. The fellow's vocals also lend heavily to that era of music with his throaty gruff approach. When I fist heard this demo I thought it was actually Beav from Urban Blight on the mic, their styles are just that similar, but upon receipt of a hard copy in the mail I've learnt otherwise. I can't imagine that a band of this style, from this town hasn't got something to do with that same scene though through sharing members or something, somewhere along the line.
Somewhat professional presentation for a demo. Nice, folded, thick card insert, printed in full colour with some cool artwork and a sticker labeled cassette.
Great demo out of nowhere with relatively no warning. Good shit.