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Editors’ Notes

Zoli Téglás, formerly of Ignite, takes over vocal duties from Pennywise's longtime singer Jim Lindberg, and the band rolls on without hitting a speed bump. Téglás brings a formidable new energy to the group and an enthusiasm that's palpable on melodic new tracks like "Let Us Hear Your Voice" and "Seeing Red," where he holds the notes until they resonate beyond their required station. Fletcher Dragge retains a smooth but aggressive guitar buzz that fires off power chords and quick riffs into truly panoramic stereo. It's what's made Pennywise legendary on the skate-punk scene, and it's why more than just punks should enjoy this music; it sounds great. Age hasn't slowed these veterans down, and their experiences have made them better informed songwriters who know exactly how to pace tunes and how to balance pop smarts with punk aggression. There's an excited edge to surefire anthems like "X Generation" and "We Have It All" and a simple beauty to "Tomorrow." The deluxe edition adds "We Are the Fallen" and "Locked In," two additional tunes worthy of the Pennywise name.

Customer Reviews

still good

it's it

Different, but still Pennywise

Its strange with Zoli singing on the tracks...but you get used to it cause it still brings the Pennywise sound. Solid album!

Best Pennywise album in years

Now let me star by saying I love Jim and Pennywise. But this album is the best album since Unknown Road. It just seemed to be the same album over and over. I think the break of Jim and Fletcher is a good one. Jim's Black Pacific album is rad and is what he would have done for the next PW album. I have been a big fan of Ignite for years and think that Zoli's Voice is the best in punk and hardcore. He brings new life to Pennywise but all the songs on this album would still be great with Jim but not as good. I hope that Ignite stays together and Black Pacific puts out more albums. But I not except the Pennywise but embrace it.


Formed: 1988 in Hermosa Beach, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Pennywise were one of the key bands of the punk revival of the '90s. Using California hardcore as a foundation, the group incorporated funk-metal and skatepunk into its sound, developing into something that functioned as edgy, post-punk frat rock -- it was speedy and occasionally stupidly catchy, with heavy, propulsive rhythms and positive, optimistic lyrics that stood in pointed contrast to their grunge-addled peers. Through constant touring and recording, as well as appearances at surfing and snowboarding...
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