Swedish punkers The Bristles have been around since 1982. I'm not sure how many albums they have released yet but this new one definitely is a blast. This album is more or less an overview of issues and events over the past few years, including failed politics, gendercide, economic crisis and so on. So no, the tone of the album isn't very positive but what do you expect in a world like this?
Musically, this is crushing punk rock at high velocity with raging guitars, brutal drums and pissed-off vocals, exactly like this music should be. Here and there some samples are included, mainly as an intro for another sonic kick in the piss-stained testicles of the established (but failed) society we live in. The amount of energy and intensity is massive. I can easily imagine these guys one stage, crushing everything in sight.
To conclude, if you're into punk you should check this out. I would even suggest grindcore fans to give it a shot since both genre drive on similar elements. Furthermore, I'd like to nominate The Bristles for song title of the year with brilliant titles like 'Sweden, Where God Only Comes To Shit' and 'Waiting For Lina From Human Relations'. If that doesn't convince you, let's turn the anarcho-level to the max with "'Viva Fake (Punk On Sale)' and 'Consumption To Death'.