When scientists become (punk) rock stars.

Careers In Science should consider a career change. Unless the science they're focused on is the science of punk rock, in which case change they need not.
They're about to release their full length FOREVERWOLF, basically a re-worked and extended-on version of their EP WhateverWolf, and I love the way they've done it. The 'Whatever' vs. 'Forever' variation in title is a cool idea, and is easily reflected in the mood of the EP vs the full length. The first was more fun, more care free, more whatever... and the latter is more sure of itself, more serious, and clearly making a statement that becomes obvious instantly when you hear the first track "Hardcore Nice Guy" which is featured on both. The difference in the song is perfect foreshadowing for what is to be expected from the rest of this album. And to be honest, the change has kind of scared me. These guys have gone from nerdy nice guys to intimidating as shiiiit, and has me feeling a bit nervous.. and very intrigued.

Let's face it. Every girl has a soft spot for bad boys, and when you add a dab of danger to the fun, good guy punk rock it's impossible not to fall for the result.. especially when it's become so savage and raunchy.


They've really gotten this whole music thing down to a science.

And then there are the new songs.
Songs that go along with this new bad boy image and yet still satisfy every craving for the sound we knew as Careers In Science before experiencing this.
SCIENCE RULES.
And so does FOREVERWOLF.

AND get this. It was all recorded by the bands drummer, Eric.
If you're not impressed yet you're clearly not a scientist.

I'm SO impressed that I'm going to bring back the boner scale.
This album is equivalent to the boner you'd get after popping Viagra and then eating every aphrodisiac in the book: bananas, chocolate, oysters, pomegranates, salmon, walnuts, watermelon... and then consuming half a bottle of red wine and watching Baywatch on mute.

FOREVERWOLF is available here for pre-order. It's only $10 for the longest, hardest... science lesson ever.

CATCH CAREERS IN SCIENCE LIVE IN TORONTO MAY 14th AT SNEAKY DEE'S AND AGAIN ON MAY 25th AT RANCHO RELAXO (my birthday bitches!) !!!

I'm Sarah. I do what I want.