They're back. Disgusting was one of the best albums I have ever listened to so I was afraid it was going to be tough to top that but they managed to do it. Aggressive is everything you would expect from Beartooth and then some. There is not one song on the album that is not good, they killed it and even that is an understatement. Like with Disgusting, you can tell all of these songs mean so much to Caleb Shomo and in my opinion that makes the album so much better. The emotion he sings with is unreal. I've read some stuff about this album not being as heavy as Disgusting and I wouldn't say that, there are more clean vocals but it is still just as heavy and the signature Beartooth breakdowns are still in every song and as sick as ever. I hate calling things perfect I cannot find any other word to describe this album.
For over two years, organist Chris Hazelton and his soulful septet, the Boogaloo 7, have held down a wildly successful residency every Friday night at Kansas City's acclaimed Green Lady Lounge. Expanding on the funky sounds popularized by Jimmy McGriff, Charles Earland, Lou Donaldson, and others, this group brings a mixture of original tunes and covers, both old and new, that excite and move audiences week after week. With two in-demand 45rpm singles already under their belt, the logical next step was a full length album, and this one catches them in their element: live at the club they call home.