Continuing the Heirship Reissue Series, we are happy to share the debut release from The Chemicals! Their self-titled album is similar to MONO in that it could be considered a long EP or a short LP; however, the sound is quite starkly different. Whereas MONO shows some maturity in the sense that folk and slower tempos seep into the songwriting, <em>The Chemicals</em> is an overall rowdy affair. The year was 2006; we were nearing the end of Bush's reign and after half a decade of the war on terror there really wasn't anything for disillusioned youth to do but slack off and get fucked up. Justin Gee's vocals truly soar on these tracks, and the familiar wail of Jonny Chemical's leads saturates the recordings. Stream the album in full at Bandcamp, and if you purchase it—you'll get never-before-released bonus tracks that actually outnumber the official album tracks.