The album has a few duds however. The song The Kids Are Right Now sounds like a cheap arena rock song meant for radio plays. It just doesn't work on any level. The song We Live is almost pop-punk on a certain level, but at it's worst. Same thing with Saturday which feels dated. It's one of those "Yeah let's go party!" songs, talking about working all week and going crazy on Saturday set to a pop-punk/metal sound mixed with dub electronic work. It just ends up sounding a bit cheesy. It may have worked in the early 2000's or on a much younger album where it could maybe be forgivable, here it's cringeworthy.
Kill The Power is a solid fifth entry from the band. It's not going to win over a new crowd or anything but if you know what you're looking for it can easily satisfy your needs. It tastefully blends metal riffs, dub beats, DnB electronics, and catchy choruses into a cohesive album. It also manages to carry the theme throughout the album which is something a lot of bands fail at. As a band they deserve a lot more credit than they get. It's nice to see the them not compromising their sound just to be 'relevant' it works and does not end up being dated in any way. Overall it's a fun album, if you found yourself enticed by the song Nobody back in 04 now is the perfect time to jump back in and pick up with Skindred.