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The Conclusion

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Album Review

On their fourth and, one wonders, final (?) album, The Conclusion, Sweden's Bombshell Rocks stand at the crossroads of hardcore, hard rock and punk; fusing and confusing each genre's characteristics as it pleases them without ever losing sight of a strong melodic thread to tie them all together. Ultimately, this makes it impossible to ignore the band's inescapable debt to Social Distortion, but very rarely detracts from the immediate, infectious and memorable qualities of their mostly impressive and consistent songwriting — The O.C. done Swedish-style, if you will. As such, the album's contents include everything from the engaging choruses of "Me & You" and "Golden," the hooky guitar lines of "Truth," and lyrical themes ranging from the enraged ("Guns and Democracy," "Listen," "Rome 2005") to the emotionally fragile ("Blind," "Teenagers," the nostalgic and biographical "Ten Years"). Yes, the only truly unexpected sonic surprise may be the bits of Latin-flavored percussion inserted into "Bloodbrothers" and "My Conclusion," but that hardly detracts from The Conclusion's unassuming but undeniably strong compositions — nor its inherent entertainment value for all fans of timeless, melody-driven punk rock.


Formed: 1995 in Västerås, Sweden

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Swedish punks Bombshell Rocks formed in the city of Västerås in late 1995, originally comprising singer Mårten Cedergran, guitarists Richard Andersson and Sami, bassist Mini, and drummer Chrille. Before playing under the name Bombshell Rocks, the group was called Down and Out. Shortly before self-releasing their debut EP, Who's the Real Bastard?, the guys added new drummer Thomas Falk following Chrille's decision to exit the lineup to focus more of his energy on skateboarding. The next Bombshell...
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