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  • Summary: The 10th full-length studio release from the Berkeley punk rock band Rancid was produced by Brett Gurewitz.
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  • Record Label: Epitaph
  • Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Alternative Pop/Rock, Punk Revival, Ska-Punk, Third Wave Ska Revival, Pop Punk
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  1. Positive: 7 out of 7
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 7
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  1. Jun 2, 2023
    Tomorrow Never Comes is more of a delight than really it has any right to be. Certainly, it’s a good deal more compelling than any of its authors’ more recent albums.
  2. Jun 21, 2023
    A rollicking experience from start to finish, Tomorrow Never Comes shows once again why Rancid are so fondly regarded.
  3. Jun 2, 2023
    Despite coming in at 16 tracks – normally a bloated affair for an album – the band’s tendency to careen from one song to the next at breakneck speed, keeping most tracks to about two-and-a-half minutes allows Rancid to hold the listener’s attention until the very last distorted chord rings out.
  4. 80
    Here, Rancid don’t redefine themselves, but they show that there is a lot of life in some of their lesser explored aspects. Simply, this is the band’s best record since Rancid 5.
  5. Jun 5, 2023
    Rancid doesn’t venture too far outside of its sonic comfort zone on Tomorrow Never Comes and 30 seconds into each song, it’s not difficult to guess their structure and how they’ll likely resolve. Rather than being a weakness, this is one of the album’s strengths.
  6. Jun 2, 2023
    They may or may not ever release anything as genre defining as ...And Out Come the Wolves or as hell-bent on destruction as that afore-mentioned 2000 album, but as far as punk in 2023 goes there aren't many bands making music as convincing or powerful as Rancid do here.
  7. Classic Rock Magazine
    Jun 2, 2023
    For better and for worse Rancid have never been overly concerned with progress. Yet there's undeniable evolution on the early-Pogues-style stomp of both Hellbound Train and the near hoe-down Devil In Disguise. [Jul 2023, p.82]
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  1. Jun 4, 2023
    One of the best punk rock bands ever!! And they’re still good after a long journey
  2. Jun 5, 2023
    I have to say i really dig this album the more i listen to it. Yes its kinda on the short end(29 min) but its really got a Rancid 2000,I have to say i really dig this album the more i listen to it. Yes its kinda on the short end(29 min) but its really got a Rancid 2000, Honor is all we know and a touch of Lets go feel to it. Tim and the rest of the band have put out a great Punk Rock album. Give Tomorrow Never Comes a good listen, you will like it. Expand