It's Punk of the Texas/U.S. variety.
The songs are fast, funny and fantastic.
The band? Well, it's a one man band: Greg Loyacano plays all guitars, bass, drums, (he is predominatly a drummer but don't hold that against him), and he does ALL the vocals. He does show some of his influences in his writing: there's an excellent pyschobilly tune in there which pleased me no end, and the music is flavoured with vintage Kiss and Ramones attitude.
The humour is in your face and ranges from punny, (as witnessed by the album cover), to really, really funny. I was searching for a metaphore or analogy for the music but the thing that kept coming to mind is the art of Ed Roth. If you know his stuff you'll know what to expect.
Oh, there's a parental guidance warning for this album as Gregor doesn't play P.C.
You were about to ask about the social conscience and how that could possibly fit into the album and musician I've described. Easy enough. All proceeds from the sale of the physical or download album are pledged to "The March of Dimes" a children's charity in the