Album Title: Disconnection Notice
Release Date: February 15, 2005
Genre: Rock
Goldfinger's fifth full-length release "Disconnection Notice" is a sincere album, proving how connected to music the band really is. Even though front man John Feldmann is busy producing other bands like The Used, Story of the Year and Mest, there is still a strong kinship that keeps Goldfinger going.

Since their 2002 release "Open Your Eyes", Goldfinger was ready to create an album that not only proved their musical talent and dedication, but also show fans just how versatile they are. With songs like "My Everything", "Iron Fist" and "Ocean Size", the band escapes from their punk-rock stereotype, leaving a ska taste in the listener's mouth. After touring with bands like No Doubt and Reel Big Fish, it is no wonder Goldfinger has established a ska-like influence.

One of the best songs on the album is "Damaged", which has a dark element, surrounded by echoes of mandolin, and lyrics of desperation. Feldmann sings "I know I'm wasting away/ The clothes on the floor/ Just like the mountains outside/ The prison I live everyday." For the Goldfinger fans that love the old, crowd bouncing, get-yourself-together tracks, "Disconnection Notice" is a promise to reconnect you.

Writer: Mindi St. Amand

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