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No matter how many times I listen to this album, I fail to see what they hype about it is. It starts out promising with some interesting leads into Hypnotized, but once the song starts up and they set the pace for what's to come later, some fairly vanilla thrash.
I think about the best feature of this album is are the leads peppered throughout the songs. They're the one thing that occasionally makes my ears perk up and take notice, but once the lead is over, I find it hard to pay attention.
Vocalist David Godfrey is a very pleasant sounding singer, remincient of Geoff Tate (whom I am a huge fan of), but his vocal melodies lack variety and a good sense of meter. I also think he's somewhat inapropriate for the music, he's fairly melodic and has almost no rough edge, while the music it's self is thrashy and gruff, so the two almost sound seperate at times.
Probably the hilight song of the album is their cover of Kill The King, but even still, I'd much rather listen to the original.
All in all, I would not reccomend this album if you have simmilar tastes to me, but probably reccomend it if you're just looking for something to headbang to.