It's been 18 years since TSOL last released an album with Jack Grisham's Damned
-like operatic sneer on vocals, and things haven't changed a bit on Disappear
. Ron Emory is still blasting out hi-octane bursts of guitar. Mike Roche still loops his gothic-tinged bass round insanely catchy pop-punk numbers such as the anti-establishment "Anti-Cop" and gleeful hedonism of "Wasted". Dark humour and blazing drum-fills battle for pride of place, and over everything Jack sings like a Clockwork Orange
-extra possessed. Listening in to this fiercely anachronistic, decidedly early 80s sound, it's almost as if the last two decades never existed and there's still a riot at every show this So Cal punk band plays. --Everett True
Disappear is a brand new album from T.S.O.L. featuring original members Jack Grisham, Ron Emory, Mike Roche and newcomer Jay O'Brien on drums. Those who were not around to witness T.S.O.L. in their heyday can finally see for themselves why they've influenced an entire generation of bands like The Offspring and AFI, changed the shape of punk rock forever. This 2001 Nitro Records release features 13 tracks including Anticop & Disappear.