This is the third EP release from Denver-based Wiredogs. The band is fairly new, having just formed in late 2013,
but their sound is very established. This EP is full of in-your-face-punk-rock. Each song showcases a different
strong point of the band. The first song, “Violence,” slaps you in the face with high-energy guitar riffs and strong
vocals. It gets you on your feet and will have you running for the pit to rock out. “Witness” showcases Dan Aid’s
vocal range and ability to scream and control his voice. “Two Ghosts” is a slower song that is very drum-heavy
with soaring guitar riffs. The album as a whole is a punk dream; it is so complex and shows how diverse the band
really is.

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