Tree has been a fixture in the Boston music scene for over 10 years. Their live shows are a sight to behold - high energy, full-impact audiovisual blasts. This latest record continues their tradition of in-your-face rock, with lyrics that keep you listening, not just moshing. No Regrets No Remorse shows the band's versatility with songs like Mexican Beer, a funk-based duet with a sexy female helping River's vocals. Tree doesn't stray far from their rocks roots for very long, though. I really love the stoner-rock "Subdued" and the assaulting "Wasted" about Mumia Abu Jamal. The guitar hooks are some of Tree's bset work yet, guitarist Ooze has matured over the years a great deal. Vocalist River actually sings a lot more on this album than he has in the past, and it really works well. This band should have hit big years ago. Too bad they are one of Boston's best-kept secrets. I may be biased because I have been a long-time fan, but I think anyone who enjoys amazing, powerful rock music can enjoy No Regrets No Remorse.