Vinyl LP pressing. After nearly a decade away, No Warning return with Torture Culture, a third album that is as scrappy, self-assured, and unrelenting as it was once unthinkably improbable. No Warning is confrontational, uncompromising, and unapologetic, like the best in hardcore, metal, crossover, and thrash before them, all of which are elements that find their way into their too short but massively important discography. The new album is grimy, pulverizing, and antagonistic street punk in a mind-meld with menacing metalcore, comprised of towering riffage, blistering solos, and raw vocals. No Warning don't so much as borrow hooks from the past as they've studied the very essence of what's come before, from Bay Area thrash metal to New York Hardcore, from post-grunge melody to melancholy balladry and back again, all through their own lens of discontent, simmering noncompliance and stark rage.