Like a schoolboy hitting puberty, Sound and Fury embody an explosion of energy focused on one thing, and it ain’t walking the dog. The lusty lyrics on tunes like “Teenage Rampage” and “High School Hotbox” are joyously juvenile, while “Bad Touch” and “Runaway Love” are filled with sexual braggadocio.

Twin guitars propel the verbal hormone attack, making their big brothers in bands like Kiss and Mötley Crüe proud. There’s an obvious attempt here to lock up an adolescent male audience with these tales of debauchery. but Sound and Fury’s talent is fully matured.

Grade: A

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