Since 1992, the Bassholes have churned out some of the grittiest, weirdest, most punkified blues scuzz ever committed to wax. Led by Don Howland (Gibson Bros.), this two-man band has consistently surpassed industry standards, prefering instead to achieve new lows in the world of lo-fi recording and new highs in soul-stirring rock’n’roll music. On this, their fifth album, they have broken out resounding and roaring with the most loud, rocking and intense album of their career. A 21-song masterpiece. The jams have most assuredly been kicked out.