The second album from this band from Canada.
The band was a quartet with a lineup of drums, bass, guitars and vocals.
Their debut album was a half-decent, still pretty pioneering thrash metal album. An album which brought a lot of hope.
Yes, I have just started my quest to review all their studio albums so the debut album gave me hope.
The band were facing the difficult second album and the fact that their music were too avant-garde and radical for the big thrash and speed metal scene. So they went for safety.
Safety here means some pretty standard thrash metal at full speed. Still without loosing their identity.
Although this is a step back from their debut album, this is not turkey or a disaster. There are still some clever stuff here and the band was never destined to become a run of the mill thrash and speed metal band.
Nevertheless, this is not a recommended album.