|2||Anthem for the Unwanted||Lyrics/Info||3:12|
|3||Drill It In My Brain||Lyrics/Info||3:08|
|4||I'm Not The One||Lyrics/Info||3:21|
|5||Ready, Aim, Fire!||Lyrics/Info||3:04|
|7||Summer Fling, Don't Mean a Thing||Lyrics/Info||2:57|
|8||Caught In The Act (feat. Bethany Cosentino)||Lyrics/Info||2:59|
|9||Memories and Battle Scars||Lyrics/Info||2:39|
|11||Map Of Your Body||Lyrics/Info||3:28|
The album Radiosurgery continues the New Found Glory's high energy musical journey while simultaneously paying homage to the bands that inspired them to first pick up instruments as teenagers back in Coral Springs Florida.
"Our music is constantly evolving and changing and when this band puts out an album we always try to offer something different," explains guitarist Chad Gilbert. "With this disc we wanted to go back to the music that got us into punk and incorporate influences from those albums."
For this latest venture, New Found Glory was aided by a trusted producer Neal Avron, who worked with the band on Catalyst in 2004, and has honed his chops in the interim with artists like Fall Out Boy and Linkin Park. The resulting songs sound undeniably like New Found Glory but they also have a timeless punk feel that will appeal to both diehard fans as well as new converts.
New Found Glory vocalist Jordan Pundik may sing “I’m amazed that we’ve made it this far” on the band’s seventh full-length Radiosurgery, but that …