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looking for the typical full-on assault of Blitz' punk material might
be disappointed with this one. A latter-day effort, this one actually
might be more interesting than the band's previous buzzsaw attack
records.What happened to Blitz, as what happened to a few other
bands of the 3rd wave UK punk era (Anti-Nowhere League, Anti-Pasti,
Chron Gen), was that they eventually eschewed the punk rage and
straight forward volume attack in favor of a more dreary, synthed,
subversive sound. Almost like a post-new-wave genre, Blitz still have
the resentment and anger down pat, but this time around they display it
in a more low-key, almost (dare I say!) gothic tone.I mean, let's
face it, punk is a limiting genre, especially for those with little to
say in the first place. The Killing Dream is a logical continuance of
that punk thought, merely expressed with some darker, more subtle
overtones. And it works.