The Last Conspirators third album, A CELEBRATION OF FURY is the followup to their critically acclaimed WARPARTY and WHEN IT ALL COMES DOWN releases. Blurt Magazine claims: "Joe Strummer would make these guys his new favorite band were he still alive". The Big Takeover Magazine calls it "an on-target attack in word and sound... a '60s garage, pub rock, and Joe Strummer-fueled tempest". "A high-energy sonic assault, railing against corporate radio, mindless nostalgia and the powers that be played with the palpable passion of rebellion, adding a new-found metallic edge to their already potent brand of politico psych-punk" says Nippertown"A Celebration of Fury must be considered one of the best local discs of the year". UpstateLIVE Music Guide weighs in with "the album goes through the multiple emotional levels of rebellion and protest, with powerful lyrics that make you question authority and classic punk angst that can start mosh pits in any location. The Last Conspirators have broken their silence and have encouraged a musical political revolution, reminding the listener that they have the power for change..."
The band's live shows are emotional, high-energy sonic-affairs and so far they have showcased at such venues as; the Mercury Lounge in NYC, Maxwells in NJ, Club Helsinki in Hudson and various New York clubs & festivals. They have shared the stage with the The Blasters, Shonen Knife, Mike Watt, New Model Army, Willie Nile, Hamell On Trial, Echoes & Shadows, and the Murder Junkies. Individually Tim has performed with Tommy Stinson (Replacements) and Richard Barone and during his days in the Morons (1979-1982) Tim played in support of the Cramps, the Motels, The Stranglers, Gary Myrick & the Figures, Classix Nouveaux and Jack Cassidy's SVT.