Cheese city, and Toby's lyrics are sort of questionable at times. The title is totally hypocritical, since they clearly have something to prove -- their relevancy -- with all the sound bites and subject matter. Roger Miret's guest appearance reminds me why I don't listen to anything Agnostic Front has done this century or so.
That being said, this is a much more comfortable medium between pop-punk and melodic hardcore than GO was. Lou Koller needs to sing in more pop-punk-hardcore songs (not just this and "Can't Wait One Minute More"...are there any Shelter albums he's on I'm not aware of?) and Skiba's appearance is surprisingly awesome even though it makes the track sound suddenly like Alkaline Trio (seriously, listen to how much the guitars slow down for him).
So overall, good, fun album. Fans of Lifetime's reunion LP should like this.
I love Lifetime but hate the new record. Lyrical content aside, new H2O is solid.
I think Lifetime pulled it off fine, but that's me...it's clear that record split the fans. I'm just saying that people who actually liked Lifetime (the album) will probably be comfortable with Nothing to Prove.