Review: ‘Goldfinger – ‘Hello Destiny’’

Pseudo punk rockers-turned-animal activists Goldfinger return to stores with a disc that does little to distinguish the band as anything other than a Green Day knock-off with a love for God's four-legged creatures.

Pseudo punk rockers-turned-animal activists Goldfinger return to stores with a disc that does little to distinguish the band as anything other than a Green Day knock-off with a love for God’s four-legged creatures. Having found a niche in vidgame soundtracks and occasional appearances in gross-out teen flicks, act has made few strides in developing their sound. “One More Time,” “Without Me” and “Goodbye” not only sound exactly like each other, but like much of the rest of Goldfinger’s repertoire. “If I’m Not Right” and “Get Up” share a ska sound, but cannot bear the brunt of pulling the album out of the realm of mediocrity.

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