Finland's hardest working and touring thrash unit, Hero Dishonest, has
released its 4th and by far the strongest album of its 7 years long
career. After around 300 shows in Scandinavia, middle Europe, UK, Russia
and USA the band is tighter than ever and what also sets it apart from the
grey mass of today's hardcore thrash, smart in its song writing.
"When The Shit Hits The Man" consists of 26 minutes and 21 tracks of
raging hardcore punk thrash that doesn't limit itself to just being fast
at all times but also knows when to slow down and to bring in the widest
influences from the 30 years of punk history. The band doesn't just speed
up the old school Black Flag riffs but also nods its head towards both old
and new innovators like Big Boys and Wrangler Brutes.