The recent release of the Never Trust A Hippy EP, and 2005's NOFX 7" Of The Month Club offered just a sampling of the impending eighteen tracks that are Wolves In Wolves' Clothing. After garnering major political press (Newsweek, CNN, NY Times, etc.) with the 2003 release of The War On Errorism, and their involvement with Punk Voter, NOFX take a seemingly less politically targeted approach with Wolves In Wolves' Clothing. "Seemingly", but not "actually", as the album is filled with songs that will make you think, alongside songs that go good with drink! NOFX forge new territory on the punk rock landscape with offerings like the dub/post-punk/beatles-inspired 'The Marxist Brothers', and the new wave-inspired "Getting High On The Down Low". With the release of their 11th studio full length, it's clear that NOFX are not just a mainstay, but a frontrunner in the world of independent music. NOFX will take the show on the road early in 2006, followed by headlining the 2006 Van's Warped Tour!
I remember being in high school, loving NoFX's most recent release So Long and Thanks for all the Shoes. I mentioned it to some older kids who were wearing Blink-182 T-shirts. They sort of snortled and said that NoFX hadn't come out with a good one since Punk in Drublic. And now they keep coming out with new albums. And now, though I'm sort of tired of their new albums, and none of them have the catchiness or memorability of their old ones, I try really hard to res..