Flatfoot 56's new LP, titled Toil, came out on July 24, 2012. This is a 12" vinyl record and it comes with an immediate digital download delivered to your email address.
Flatfoot 56 may have suggested that TOIL would be less raucous than previous albums, but the band’s well-noted hardcore-tinged sound is still present. “Brother, Brother” starts fast and never slows down, a blisteringly paced barnburner of an opening track, carried by McMahon’s bagpipes, aggressive yells, dirty guitars and a huge chorus. Meanwhile, other tracks like first single “I Believe It” showcase a more rootsy, folk-oriented side of the band. Gang vocals and pounding drums allow Flatfoot 56 to retain its signature sound throughout the album.
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