Human Rights is back and this album kicks ass! Its pretty straight forward mix of punk/hardcore/rock and reggae that H.R. has been known for through out the years. I think what sets this apart is a straight up nice production value that can be appreciated. The only issue is the disjointed nature of the album as a whole. The Reggae tends to be the strong point on the album, and the rock parts remind me of I Against I era Bad Brains, not great, but good none the less. Over all a four out of five in my book. Pick it up while you can.