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|1.||Battle Angels||04:51||Show lyrics|
|2.||Termination Force||03:41||Show lyrics|
|3.||Die for My Sins||03:43||Show lyrics|
|4.||Soldiers of Steel||05:32||Show lyrics|
|6.||White Rabbit (Jefferson Airplane cover)||03:13||Show lyrics|
|7.||Ascension to Destiny||04:59||Show lyrics|
|8.||The Third War||03:54||Show lyrics|
|9.||Veil of Disguise||05:55||Show lyrics|
|Dave Budbill||Drums, Vocals (additional)|
|Sean Blosl||Guitars, Vocals (additional)|
|Lenny Rutledge||Guitars, Vocals (additional)|
|Dave Mustaine||Guitars (lead)|
|Ed Repka||Cover art|
|Paul Lani||Producer #6, Mixing|
|Mike Amstadt||Engineering assistant|
|Don Grierson||Executive producer|
|Where Light Can't Intrude||91%||Nightmare_Reality||January 5th, 2012|
|Stale and outdated just...||54%||Empyreal||May 16th, 2010|
|Warrel Dane owns you..||90%||SoldierofSteel||November 8th, 2008|
|Slightly Denied. Decent stuff||70%||Xeogred||May 8th, 2008|
|A shout is heard...Battle...||90%||CrystalMountain||December 19th, 2004|
|The beginning of greater...||76%||panteramdeth||July 28th, 2004|
Recorded at Steve Lawson Studios, Seattle, WA.
Mixed at Granny's House, Reno, NV. & at Village Recorder, LA, CA.
CBS/Sony issued the album on vinyl in November 1987 and the CD and cassette versions in February 1988.
Warrel Dane reportedly injured himself during the making of this album. This injury meant the change in vocal style in his later works, especially with Sanctuary and Nevermore.
Re-released in 2010 together with "Into the Mirror Black" as a double CD by Ironbird Records.
The track order on the original LP and tape releases differs from the CD:
1. Battle Angels
2. Die for My Sins
3. Soldiers of Steel
4. Veil of Disguise
6. White Rabbit
7. Termination Force
8. Ascension to Destiny
9. The Third War
"Soldiers of Steel" is lyrically about the 1983 film "The Keep".