|1||No Shirt, No Shoes, No Salvation||Lyrics/Info||2:41|
|2||Getting It Off My Chest||Lyrics/Info||2:37|
|4||You Can Lead A Man To Reason, But You Can't Make Him Think||Lyrics/Info||3:29|
|5||Porno, Sex, Drugs, Lies, Money, And Your Local Government||Lyrics/Info||3:29|
|6||Holding 60 Dollars On A Burning Bridge||Lyrics/Info||2:11|
|7||You Mess With One Bean, You Mess With The Whole Burrito||Lyrics/Info||3:00|
|9||Testosterone Makes The World Go 'Round||Lyrics/Info||3:03|
|10||High School Was Like Boot Camp For A Desk Job||Lyrics/Info||3:00|
|11||Death For Life||Lyrics/Info||8:25|
"Day Of The Death" sounds the horn for a new era in the realm of the ever elolving landscape of punk music. Death By Stereo's motto is: "The sound of death brings life;" ambiguous and a bit enigmatic initially, but lucid, precise and totally sensible upon further inspection; but what exactly is the "sound of death?" It's balls-out, punk-ridden, thrash with a fist full of hardcore thrown upon jagged metal riffs and speed; full-blown musical complexity melding with a fury, wit and sarcasm. Ultimately, "the sound of death" is the aborted brainchild of metal, punk and every other ferocious style in between.
Balancing chaos and consciousness is no easy feat, and few bands will ever do it as well as Death By Stereo has on the astonishing ...