This New York band’s brash second album rages with the upbeat, beat-wise humor that hard rock has suppressed ever since grunge. “Heaven Knows” and “Why’d You Bring a Shotgun to the Party” are full-on glam stomps about troubled teens; other tracks steal back what Carrie Underwood country and Marilyn Manson industrial took from hair metal. Titillation’s part of the game, for sure, but singer Taylor Momsen – best known for her acting on Gossip Girl – also belts out reams of Catholic guilt. One song, riding a pistonlike “Edge of Seventeen” pulse, is called “Absolution”; “Going to Hell” has its own confession-booth scene. Father, forgive her.