Ian Winwood's story of how punk rock music came to be so popular in the '90s is sewn together like a patchwork quilt of unlikely rises to fame and the ordinary people whose dedication made it possible.
NOFX's audience has stuck with the band through thick and thin, and Self Entitled is a great example of why that is. There's nothing innovative waiting to be discovered, but after 30 years of mining the brat-punk vein, NOFX are still more than capable of unearthing plenty of enjoyable gems.
It's clear he and his band are comfortable with the prospect of becoming punk's elder statesmen; 'So call me Fat Fuck, geriatric punk rock,' he sneers, concluding later on, 'We're all getting older, not better.' Judging by their recent output, many would tend to disagree.