I'd think the Marshall (Lemmy) tasted his Jack Daniels as daily, and he took his crew and said that “come on guys we’re recording a Crust album!” however he included Poffen (Totalitar) for vocals, and they entered the studio suddenly. You can think what this guy is telling us. But the extremely rock’n’roll/crust dose of Skitkids causes this thought. With the great dose of adrenaline and hatred, you’ll be offered by a razor-sharp, fast, loud, funny record which is the combination of rock and roll, crustcore d-beat, thrash metal these guys performed. The vocals are reminiscent of Swedish hardcore legends Totalitar with old-styled angry screams and screeches. Great toned drum makes d-beat assault, it has powerful sound, the bass is groaning, melodic rock’n’roll leads and Fast Eddie-like guitar solos cause to lose yourself. The lyrics are based to socio-political issues with sarcastic expressions, the routine life of society, banal ideas, or criticize the punk stars of today. Classic Swedish D-Beat/Hardcore 's rock'n'roll excellence is in your blood with a high dose. Motorhead, AC/DC structured rock’n’roll solos in "Weekday Suger Rov" (like listening to Ace Of Spades) is cool, and tracks such as "Viist E Jag Lycklig", "Svinahunden" bomb you with Totalitar d-beats. Skitkids make noise for you, this is one of the best crust/rock 'n'roll records in recent years.