What you hear is what you get from J-Church. They don't want to go out of their way to impress anyone with fancy production wizardry, slick-backed pop songs or a commercial Top 40 hit. And with this mentality, they continue to release some of the most honest records without sounding like they're releasing the same album over and over again. With The Drama of Alienation, J-Church continues on with the sensible pop-punk that can be found on all their other releases, but somehow they manage to keep it fresh for every new album. And what's even more impressive is that they maintained the same lineup from their last record -- a first that separates this record from almost everything else they've done.
|Label:||Honest Don's Hardly|