|2||Their Own Medicine||Lyrics/Info||2:30|
|3||Trying To Breathe||Lyrics/Info||2:49|
|5||The Eyes of Death||Lyrics/Info||2:44|
|7||All I Can Do||Lyrics/Info||2:32|
|8||I Need You||Lyrics/Info||1:44|
|10||I Just Want You To Know||Lyrics/Info||2:54|
|12||Clear The Air||Lyrics/Info||3:47|
Produced by Off With Their Heads and Jacques Wait at the Terrarium in Minneapolis, In Desolation is 34 minutes of non-stop gut wrenching honesty. Singer Ryan Young’s candid lyrics about life’s misadventures, stress, drugs, love, death and everything between add a raw surly edge to the band’s full-throttle music.
“This record is kind of a collective mix of all the styles we've done in the past,” Young explains. “Everything from aggression to sappy bullshit, because that’s who I am! This is going to be the record for people who like the whole spectrum of what we do.”
From its first track, “Drive,” a petal-to-the-metal opener about Young’s incessant habit of over thinking things and becoming his own worst critic, to the harsh reality of OD’ing on the sobering yet rowdy song “Trying to Breath” and the explosive middle-finger-in-the-air sing along “Their Own Medicine,” In Desolation is authentic punk rock to its core from a working band who lives and breathes it every day.
Off With Their Heads' new album Be Good is available now.
“All the other records were about moping around and feeling sorry for yourself,” says …