I doubt anybody outside of Scotland has really been waiting for a Threats reunion, much less a new album, but here it is. While they still play competent oi-punk with a bit of the metal kick bands like GBH and The Exploited circa 1985 added, it definitely doesn’t provide any fresh angles on “punk”. I doubt these guys are doing anything more than just having a good time, but it’s kind of silly if they really take any of their tired punk rhetoric to heart and/or expect anybody else to. These literally are just “moves”. And, yes, twelve of them.