If anyone had doubts that British angst rock was in the doledrums then Seafood's second album shows that there's life in the old dog yet. To put it simply, Seafood are a British Placebo, the vocals are screeching enough to suggest Brian Molko has reached puberty at last. The guitars are driving and intense on the fast songs (recent single 'Cloaking', 'Western Battle', 'Splinter') and melodic and yearning on the slower ones ('People Are Underestimated', 'In This Light Will You Fight Me?'). An additional factor is the accompanying female vocals which effectively contribute to the emotional weight of this record. Forgetting the obvious influences and putting them to one side, this is a tremendously gripping album in its own right.