Consumed were very popular melodic skate punk band in the late nineties when they released phenomenal Breakfast at Pappa’s, Hit For Six and not much media covered Pistols At Dawn that ended their career in 2002. Sixteen years later, the story continues with A Decade Of No, album that does not bring any musical progression, but still, it will awake a sense of nostalgia to all Consumed fans who grew up listening to their older albums. Speaking of music, everything is still there. Same old riffs, good old vocals and even the production is similiar to some of their older works. A Decade Of No is just an average album on the today’s scene, but I am pretty sure it would be a blast if they published this one back in the days when they were at the peak of their career. Although, it’s a still good listen that will remind us of good old days when we were hanging out at the skatepark with friends and not at work, busting our backs from nine to five.