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Shooting off one sonic fireball after another, The Fuse – recorded with longtime co-conspirator Darian Rundall – just may be the best-sounding Pennywise record yet. From the scorching opening anthem, “Knocked Down” – which serves as a forum for the blistering riffs of guitarist Fletcher Dragge and Lindberg’s scowling attack on the sorry state of affairs in world politics – to the electrical shocker “Closer” and beyond, these Warped Tour icons come out swinging and don’t relent. If the latter is an urgent blast that chronicles the frustration elicited out of the daily struggles we all face in the search for happiness, it’s also an ideal platform for the thumping, fat-bottomed wares of bassist Randy Bradbury and drummer Byron McMackin.
If you think you know Pennywise, think again. While the band have made a name for themselves over the past 26 years as a politically ...