First full length consisting of 16 tracks.
"Relentless from start to finish, played at a super frantic speed whilst never missing a damn beat"
Maximum Rock and Roll #346 (Top ten album of the month)
"This would get a place for the title alone. As it happens, it's also a cracking disc. No-frills rapidfire punk rock delivered with just the right balance of venom and humour."
"Potent cross-pollination of U.K. and U.S. strains of punk, resulting in thrashy hardcore with topical lyrics that aren’t afraid to make a point, served up nice and overdriven. These London louts deliver the goods in spades here. "
"A total Punk Fucking Rock Holocaust! Remember when GBH slapped ya in the face with ‘City Baby Attacked By Rats’? Well, this debut album from London’s DEFCON ZERO has the same relentless, unbridled and furious attack but brought bang up-to-date with a bit of D-Beat, a slice of Hardcore and a totally throat-lacerating, embittered rage. You get 16 tracks that, lyrically, paint a vivid picture of a decidedly fucked-up world."
"Basically, there is no way that you could describe this album as anything other than rough as guts proper punk rock. The album steam rolls from start to finish without exception keeping up a hectic pace with absolutely no respite.On the lyrical front it is in part born out of living it rough in the urban landscape of London and the mainstay anti establishment statements and self destruction of punk. This gives the music a real sense of connection to it's roots and even if you've never lived in London you get the impression of the love hate relationship that most Londoners have with the place. This is epitomized in lyrics such as "Welcome to London, welcome to hell!" and the us and them of "It's like that, we're all fucking rats! You run in circles, we run in packs!". As the album progresses, for those of you paying attention, you'll notice that the politics of the lyrics spread to a larger context and take up issues that are global. Once again a punk band that seems to a give shit about what's happening in the world in that special way that only punks can."