Label: Deathwish Inc.

Review by Warren Mayocchi

Twelve songs and thirty-two minutes in length, “Auto” is full of the short songs, sharp riffs, and fierce sounding vocals of raw punk. If you are into it, that is sufficient chatter, you know enough to get the album. For everyone else, you probably won’t like it. If anyone is still reading, you can see the band at their most mainstream in the music video for “You Don’t Tell Me” with a sound reminiscent of The Runaways. The album does vary the tempo occasionally and there is more in the instrumental performance than is apparent in the general thrashing, but the vocal dominates and it is more on the screaming side than shown in the spoken vocal style of “You Don’t Tell Me” (watch the video here). Overall there is not really much to differentiate one song from another, Meghan O’Neil Pennie (vocals, bass), Justin Renninger (drums), and Kevin DeFranco (guitars) play hard for two to three minutes and move on. Super Unison sings – “The future is a luxury” – you can tell they believe in the lyric. They approach every song on the album like it is their last chance to perform for us – nothing is more impressive than a band who perform with such passion.

Rating – 76/100



  1. Prove Yourself
  2. Keeper
  3. Losing You
  4. You Don’t Tell Me
  5. Luxury
  6. Time & Distance
  7. Muted
  8. Broken
  9. What Are You Going to Do
  10. Don’t Look Up
  11. Everything
  12. Auto


Line Up

  • Meghan O’Neil Pennie – Vocals, bass
  • Kevin DeFranco – Guitars
  • Justin Renninger – Drums