Pennywise “Full Circle (Remastered)”

Album Reviews | Jul 7th, 2005

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Record Label: Epitaph
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One of the more darker records for Pennywise, it is for good reason. Before
this release, the band lost their bassist, Jason Matthew Thirsk to suicide.
I’m sure it was one of the more tougher experiences to go through as a band
and as a human being. Some of the themes of the record reflect the mood
that the band was going through during this time. Anger, remorse,
rebellion, and a direction the band has since gone in, regarding
government, and politics. Though, this record has been well known for what
happened to the band personally, some of the best tunes from the band come
off this record. Songs like “Final Day,” and “Fight Till You Die,” come to
mind and still are a staple to their live show, which is a guaranteed great

Bottom Line: A darker record but one of their best albums to date. It is one of those records that actually means
Notable Tracks: Broken, Date With Destiny, Society, Bro Hym Tribute
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