Release Date: June 22, 2018
Hailed as full of “chaotic, full-throttle rock”, Vancouver-based Needs have released their rip-roaring sophomore album, Limitations. Socially conscious, stepped in irony, and absurdly brooding, Limitations is a 12-track thrill ride that never once comes up for air.
From blaring opening track “Rock Day, North Dakota” to feisty mid-track “Rage Against the Miami Sound Machine”, each song is an ode to self-reflection that is equal parts personal, political, and poetic without undercutting the relenting hardcore rock that puts them on the map.
A raucous hurricane of humour and head-bangers, Limitations is a must-listen for any and all fans of the genre.
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