Album Reviews

Way Out
Insert Coin Way Out Punk Rock Theory
Tuesday, October 2, 2018 - 20:26
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- by Tom Dumarey

Up until now, Insert Coin’s biggest achievement seems to be that one of their songs got featured in a commercial for an energy drink. Not a bad way to make people take notice of your band but it was only 15 seconds long. Now though, there’s a full-length in the form of ‘Way Out’ and it comes with way more than 15 seconds of the band’s skatepunk meets pop-punk.

Lyrically, they tackle everything from the death of a friend (‘Sonora’) and fake news (‘Donald’) to dealing with depression (‘Semikolon’), while staying a bit more steadfast when it comes to the music itself. Think of a cross between Rise Against’s more recent work and the poppier side of Millencolin and you are getting the picture. It’s not very original and lacks a bit of bite, but there’s no denying that these songs are enjoyable enough.


Track listing:

  1. Broken
  2. Rusted Nails
  3. Same Old
  4. Sonora
  5. Punch Press
  6. Semicolon
  7. Apology
  8. Donald
  9. Sidetracked
  10. See You In October
  11. Done Talking