The "Three Dons" plus James Newton/James Jerome Kingston/whatever-name-he-goes-by-now were a late 80's Canadian quartet, extremely powerful with a brutal bottom end. The songs were uncoventional, but regardless, Much played the heck out of "The Criminal" back in '88 or there 'bouts. That brutally heavy bottom end, that groove...you can't forget a song like that.
Unfortunately "The Criminal" is the best song on an album of power-drones. That doesn't make it a bad album, that makes it different, which is also good. Like early goth-Cult crossed with a bass amp cranked to 11, Sons of Freedom simply chose to write their songs around repetitive drones. And that's fine. It works. Newton's vocals are the contrast, wavering, very British sounding, very new wave.
Pick it up for "The Criminal" of course, but don't stop there. Plow ahead and allow these bass-heavy pummelers to groove their way into your conscious mind.