Just a short look at the song titles and you know what to expect.
Metal, Steel, Battlefield, Warrior, Die, Death, War and Sword (oh no, they
forgot that one). What counts for them is that they do it on purpose and they
don't try anything else then to play rather outdated eighties NWOBHM.
Everything breaths this old school heavy metal. The sound of the instruments,
the production, the twin soli, the rattling bass drums, the galopping bass-lines
and the clean vocals. I will not tell you news that their music has a big doses
of Iron Maiden and the lyrics, well you can guess yourself. I appreciate the
bands persistence in delivering albums on a regular basis since their foundation,
but I don't think this fourth album will make a lot of difference in their
career. Therefore it is all too average and there isn't a song that sticks out.
After listening to the entire album there isn't a refrain or phrase I remember
to sing a long to.
guess this album is only for those who still dribble on everything that smells