Jello Biafra and the Guantanamo School Of Medicine's second full-length picks up where 2012's Shock-u-py! EP left off! Covered in gruesome detail this time are corruption ("The Brown Lipstick Parade," "Werewolves of Wall Street," "Road Rage,") and corporate McMedia making pop stars out of small-time crooks to shield the big ones ("John Dillinger") or tabloid pop stars to lobotomize everyone else ("Hollywood Goof Disease"). The title track shines a light on our never-ending foreign-policy disasters in ways even Biafra's spoken word albums never did. "Crapture" is the perfect song to play for those lovely "End Times" believers, pointing out how much better the world will be when they leave and we're "Left Behind"- with melodies on the scale Biafra hasn't really touched since "Moon Over Marin." Above all, this rocks! No pop-punk here. Just Jello and crew taking punk fire in a wide variety of directions few ever try, with wall-of-sound, in-your-face production from Marshall Lawless and Matt Kelley.