The following news story appeared on the T&M homepage:
SUPERB REVIEW OF 'YELLOW LEADER' ON 'SUSPECT DEVICE' FANZINE WEBSITE
The ever wonderful south coast based fanzine 'SUSPECT DEVICE' has published another great review for the new Subs LP 'Yellow Leader':
"...guaranteed to be a knock out with all you UK Subs die hards. Classic Subs sound in some places and daring to be different in others but loaded with attitude and something to say... I’m not going to pick favourites from this one as they are all great, the UK Subs are great!"
Read the original review HERE
Review archived on T&M below:
UK SUBS “Yellow Leader” CD (Captain Oi!)
We can only marvel at Mr Harper can’t we? Where does his energy and drive come from to keep it all punk rocking? Who knows but this album is another gem. I think it helps that the current Subs line up is one of the best and probably the most consistent in the history of the band too. All the band have helped with the lyrics and the music is tight and top drawer with a punch guaranteed to be a knock out with all you UK Subs die hards. Classic Subs sound in some places and daring to be different in others but loaded with attitude and something to say. In fact as they advance down the alphabet Subs albums seem to have a lot more politics than I can remember. Eighteen tracks in all; I’m not going to pick favourites from this one as they are all great, the UK Subs are great! “UK Subs UK Subs…” is the chant at the end of every gig they play and that’s the way I want to end this review but before I do, a mention for the artwork; Roy Lichtenstein produced some great boys-own comic book style artwork in his time and the Subs have had some superbly adapted by Daryl Smith and Steve Kitchen for the album cover and liners. Worth owning a copy just for that in some ways and beats a digital download any day that’s for sure. UK SUBS UK SUBS Come on!