Punk veterans True Liberty have certainly seen more than their fair share of hatred, attacks and struggles throughout their career. But the band has always managed to see the light at the end of the tunnel, and it appears that the light at the end was in the form of their new album Marked For Life. They’ve produced what people are calling their best record yet, and I can definitely understand why.
It’s aggressive, loud, and full of fantastic riffs and energy. The vocals are packed full of might and help add more force behind the band’s motivation to drive as far as possible away from the low points of their career. It’s got a real early The Offspring quality to it, with shades of classic punk and metal infused into their well crafted sound.
It’s seventeen songs long but honestly Marked For Life flows past extremely well for such a bulked album. Every song is catchy and enjoyable, and somehow the great riffs keep on coming to help prevent the album from losing steam. True Liberty have certainly produced a damn fine album here, and I’m glad they’ve managed to break through the hate and into the light.