Vinyl LP pressing with digital download. Panic Stations, was named after nautical structures that act as warning posts in the oceans. The music itself is invigorated and propulsive. "Lose Control" builds into an intense, emotionally raw chorus that mirrors Pierre's plea to relinquish control while "TKO" pares the music down to it's lively rock 'n' roll core, focusing on the deft combination of guitars and rhythms and revealing the fervor of MCS' live performance. "Over It Now," a raucous standout, amps up that performance energy, reminding fans of the band's infectious enthusiasm for the stage, which the band bought on tour recently for their successful 10 year anniversary tour of Commit This To Memory.
1.1 Anything at All 1.2 Tko 1.3 I Can Feel You 1.4 Lose Control 1.5 Heavy Boots 2.1 It's a Pleasure to Meet You 2.2 Over It Now 2.3 Broken Arrow 2.4 Gravity 2.5 The Samurai Code 2.6 Days Will Run Away