HomeMusicReview: The Living End The Living End “Roll On” (Warner Bros.) The Living End, made up of three blokes from Down Under, forks out gritty, crusty punkibilly at its best. The formula of tossing in a hellish double-bass bludgeoned at hyper speeds with traditional British punk overtures, has made for stellar arrangements that refuse to lose momentum. Its an engaging listen thanks to several courageous change-ups reeking of anything from ska to rock n roll – all which will certainly help in shaking the anticipated Green Day comparisons. Surprisingly, the lyrics tackle significant topics. Dont Shut the Gate, a rock tune touching on Australias strict immigration laws, and Revolution Regained reliving East Timors continuing struggle are smartly counterbalanced by quintessential beer-guzzling anthems like, Carry Me Home and Uncle Harry. They are sure to be a radio favorite.