Growing up in the midst of the 90??s Connecticut hardcore explosion, the members of They and the Children experienced a legendary and violent, but ultimately self–destructive movement. Today, the band represents those who are still standing, those who are unwilling to see hardcore as a failed means to an end, and instead envision it as an end in itself.

While alternating between thrash–inspired, crushing riffage and slowly–churning, ominous grooves , ??Home? becomes a call for solidarity between those of us who realize that modern society is becoming so crass and commercialized that it can barely be considered a ??culture, ?and a challenge to all of us to build a better world even as the old one crumbles above us.