Homespun: Resoldered, Everybody in Between

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In this week's paper, Christian Schaeffer reviews Resoldered's new album, Everybody in Between. He had this to say:

The crunchy, snotty, breakneck pop-punk made famous by bands such as the Descendents and the Dead Milkmen is reborn in the metro East quartet Resoldered. For everyone who grudgingly admits that those first two Blink-182 records were actually pretty righteous, Resoldered's more loudfastrawk moments will revive your dormant pogo-dancing tendencies. "You Failed Me" kicks off the disc like a starter's pistol, a quick, strident kiss-off that makes its mark in less than two minutes.

Read the rest here. The band's CD release show is at 9:30 p.m. on Saturday night at the Firebird. Strawfoot and Hurts to Laugh open. Tickets are $7.

MP3: Resoldered, "Not Impossible"

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