From page 57 of Classic Rock Magazine November 2008
The Art Of Rebellion
Still-psycho skate-thrash. Less forgiving ears will find the last 16 years haven't been kind to LA's bandana-wearing answer to the Bay Area thrash scene, but who cares? Played at the speed of a skateboard barrelling down a suburban street, these tunes from the anthemic Asleep At The Wheel (grooves courtesy future Metallica bassist Rob Trujillo) to the simmering ferocity of I'll Hate You Better are a timewarp back to the days when the worlds of skate, punk, and metal collided and produced a ferocity all its own. A shame then that biographical liner notes are the only bonus hero. With no live tracks or rarities to recommend it you could be forgiven for dusting off your old cassette instead to kill time before singer Mike Muir's upcoming Suicidal Tendencies reunion album.