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Diabolical
One man gives an opinion, the other man takes offense When it comes to violence, it's a diabolical dance Diabolical dance, diabolical dance When it... See the rest of the song lyrics
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  1. Oct 28, 2014
    90
    Featuring 14 songs that fly by in what feels like no time at all (32:47, to be exact), Rancid’s eighth album doesn’t sound forced, which for a traditional punk band is often very hard to pull off.
  2. Kerrang!
    Dec 16, 2014
    80
    This is easily the best punk album of 2014. [8 Nov 2014, p.54]
  3. Oct 28, 2014
    75
    These new songs should be welcome additions to the band’s live performances instead of being the obligatory respite from what fans actually want to hear--and Rancid’s ability to pull that off by being the best version of itself is what makes this album such a triumph.
  4. Dec 16, 2014
    70
    ...Honor Is All We Know is a solid but ultimately inessential addition to the Rancid catalogue that finds Rancid back where they belong, crafting straightforward punk anthems without pretense--and next time you catch them live you will probably agree that’s just fine.
  5. Oct 28, 2014
    63
    Epitaph Records owner (and co-founder of Bad Religion) Brett Gurewitz returns to the producer's seat for this one, wringing a thrashy but precise performance out of the well-seasoned quartet.
  6. 58
    Honor is a healthy step back in the right direction, but there’s also no chance of it blossoming into a late-career classic.
  7. Oct 28, 2014
    50
    Honor is the first album where Rancid sound obvious, like on the heavy ska "Everybody's Sufferin'," where the lyrics about how everybody's suffering are delivered in cornball Jamaican accents. It's the first time they sound empty, too, like they're going through the motions with little or no passion driving them.

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