4 Proper British Hardcore Riffage!UncleAdam | 22/04/2012 | See all UncleAdam's reviews (38)This was a bit of a breakthrough for the British hardcore metallers and its easy to see why. Picking up from where previous album, Ignorance Never Dies left off, The Kids We Used To Be is full of chunky riffs and pit ready beatdowns. Although new vocalist(at the time) Ed McRae's style might not be for everyone, he demonsrates some versatility with one or two clean singing parts which are a nod towards their future as new album The Golden Age is more of a punk-pop meets hardcore influenced affair. The Kids We Used To Be though, is a very good hardcore album. Possibly one of Britains best for a while and this, along with the new album, could see them taking things to an even bigger level.