HomeMusicReview: Tsunami Bomb Tsunami Bomb “The Invasion From Within” (Tomato Head Records) Folks, be prepared to get thrown under the bus. My self-imposed disclaimer should be sufficient, but if not, The Invasion From Withins dramatic cathedral organ intro will serve as warning enough. Crusty, sassy chick vocalists replete of Belinda Carlyle charm – were talkin’ her pre-GoGo punk years – gnash their teeth and spit in your face. Powered by enough intensity to give any crash test dummy a serious concussion, this train-wreck will leave you cross-eyed at best. Following traditional punk format and ringing vaguely of Boy Kicks Girl and AFI, these six combustible tracks bring a new enthusiasm to todays played-out pop-punk revival. And dont be deterred by the charismatic Save Ferris feel of No Good Very Bad Day, as a matter of fact, be thankful for it. After the vigorous workout the first half of the album puts you through, youll appreciate the breather.