On their self-titled album, Amyl & The Sniffers come bursting out of the stereo speakers in all their blistering classic-punk-style glory. Fronted by the surely-soon-to-be-icon Amy Taylor, the Melbourne rockers have crafted a blistering, electrifying record filled with short but sweet screamers sure to scratch any punk itch. It’s raw. It’s take-no-prisoners. It makes you yearn to see the mayhem that surely occurs when Amyl & the Sniffers take the stage in some basement dive. Punk sounds as vital, as fresh, and as scarily seductive on the Amyl & the Sniffers record as it must’ve when it first lit the world on fire four decades ago.