Rebuilding pop-punk from the ground up is by no means an easy task, but Richmond, VA's PINK RAZORS have boiled down the genre into its purest elements and improved upon it leaps and bounds. With no song crossing the two-minute mark, each track is packed with memorable melodies over fast, powerhouse rhythms. This all happens so fast you barely know what hit you, but still manage to get the songs firmly stuck inside your head.
Sometimes snotty, sometimes dark, yet always up-tempo and immensely catchy, "Waiting to Wash Up" will have you singing along to desperate, cynical, and hopeful songs alike. Fans of the former East Bay and Chicago heyday are likely to rank this up there with current favorites (ala Dillinger Four and Toys That Kill), and appreciate this long overdue, fresh approach to power-chord punk rock.