CD Review: Rufio

Olivia Ramirez

Rufio has done it again! Their newest album, “The Comfort of Home,” fits agreeably into the same pop-punk slot where the first two albums reside. Tracks such as “Out of Control,” “Mental Games,” and “Questions and Answers,” move from strength to strength, varying in quality from ear pleasing to borderline breathtaking. Most of the others fall somewhere in between. Rufio displays solid guitars, vocals, and production, making this album one that could possibly take them into pop-culture popularity. They unpredictably switch from mid-tempo emo, to blazing pop-punk, to post grunge. While the worst songs on the third album are all very surprisingly well done, good things to come from Rufio in the future.