After three years of touring and writing since their “return to the roots” self-titled album, Rancid has come back with a new disc that reflects their attitudes on everything that has changed in punk rock and the world. They haven’t taken a new direction or done any experimenting. It’s another straight-up Rancid record. The music is hard, the lyrics are surprisingly soft and it all blends together to make a decent album. Rancid has enjoyed their success as one of the top punk bands in the world for a decade now and if they keep making solid albums like this, they may in fact be indestructible.