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|1.||Blood of My Enemies||04:13||Show lyrics|
|2.||Each Dawn I Die||04:16||Show lyrics|
|3.||Kill with Power||03:55||Show lyrics|
|4.||Hail to England||04:24||Show lyrics|
|5.||Army of the Immortals||04:24||Show lyrics|
|7.||Bridge of Death||08:58||Show lyrics|
|Scott Columbus (R.I.P. 2011)||Drums|
|Ross the Boss||Guitars, Songwriting (tracks 2, 5)|
|Joey DeMaio||Bass, Songwriting (tracks 1-7)|
|Jack Richardson (R.I.P. 2011)||Producer|
|The least offensive Manowar...||76%||Jophelerx||August 11th, 2012|
|Weak||57%||DawnoftheShred||August 26th, 2008|
|Overrated||75%||The_Ghoul||July 20th, 2008|
|The production kills this||70%||Nhorf||July 14th, 2008|
|Manowar's most metallic...||93%||VampireKiller||March 20th, 2008|
|We Ride for the Crown||70%||Frankingsteins||September 28th, 2007|
|A Black Arrow of death...||100%||_orc_||April 5th, 2007|
|The sound Manowar should...||80%||Xeogred||March 13th, 2007|
|A real fun album.||91%||FuryoftheBlade||October 2nd, 2005|
|Great album||93%||Doom__Bubba||August 22nd, 2004|
|The riffs finally appear!||80%||Kanwvlf||July 25th, 2004|
|Where's the guitar?||76%||UltraBoris||August 20th, 2003|
|Third great album in a row.||91%||Nightcrawler||April 26th, 2003|
|The first true Manowar...||94%||Sinner||February 8th, 2003|
Tracks 1, 3, 4, 6, and 7 by DeMaio
Tracks 2 and 5 by DeMaio & Friedman.
"Army of the Immortals" is written for and dedicated to Manowar fans.
The title track was written as a homage to England, where the band were better received at the time.
Originally released on vinyl, via Music for Nations in Europe.
Re-released on CD as part of the "Secrets of Steel" boxset.
Metal Blade released a remastered "Silver Edition" in 2001, supervised by Joey DeMaio, which includes exclusive photos and detailed liner notes from noted music journalist and Manowar historian Vinny Cecolini. The artwork is the same as the original but restored and with a silver logo.
The vinyl version on "Manowar Records" with a black border on the front cover is a bootleg, pressed around 1990.