"In response to the idea that punk subcultures are inherently a series of petty squabbles, United Nations have built The Next Four Years as an elaborate joke. The punchline, in the end, might be that poking punk hypocrisy in the eye feels as familiar and unsurprising as punk itself."
— Jayson Greene reviews The Next Four Years, the convulsive new album by conceptual hardcore band United Nations, led by former Thursday frontman Geoff Rickly.
"World Peace Is None of Your Business is a deeply sour record, even for Morrissey."
— Marc Hogan reviews Morrissey’s 10th solo studio album.