This is my 1111th rating on AOTY (strange number isn't it?), so I would like to celebrate this event with a review of this rating!
The punk band's second album serves the Priests to partially recalibrate their sound. The bloody post-punk of the origins is joined by more accessible sounds, reminiscent of the Foals, thus introducing almost dance-like sounds in their aesthetics.
If the aesthetics of the Priests has changed we owe it to the departure of the founder Taylor Mulitz, bassist until ... read more