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||Date: April 22, 2002 at 8:39|
|What keeps this from being a killer Metal CD is the production: The background vocals, especially during the chorus, get lost. The sound is not that crisp, either. Unfortunate ... because this band has better riffs & hooks than other so-called 'classics' of Christian Metal. (I'm speaking of Recon & Neon Cross.) Mike Vance has some good pipes, though he misses a note now & then. Too bad. Not sure I'll keep this one much longer.
||Date: July 15, 2002 at 2:04|
|I take back almost every syllable of what I wrote above. The CD wasn't the problem; my ears (& car speakers) were. The music needed to be given a chance. 'Nightlight' & 'Mercenaries of UNjustice' are standout songs. 'The Ship of Changes' is a nice Metal ballad. Lyrics are Christian & intelligent. Vance's voice DOES strain a little, but not too much. I think this is a classic, must-have CD -- even better than Saint. If you wanna hear traditional, non-Pop Heavy Metal, Armageddon will satisfy.
||Date: April 14, 2003 at 18:16|
|This one smokes to say the least! As good if not better than Saint in the classic metal genre. Some occasional vocal harmonies in choruses that make me think of Queen, which is a little odd but it works. Ripping axework ranging from mid-paced heavy metal to blazing thrashy riffing. Cool, rough real metal vocals. Kinda hard to find, but definitely get it if you get the chance. Favorite tracks: More Than Conquerors, Blazing Wasteland, Nightlight, We're Outa' Here.
||Date: August 24, 2005 at 13:08|
|drewman nailed it. Saint would be a good comparison, only a bit more lethal, IMO. Yes, this CD does indeed "smoke"! "More Than Conquerors," "Mercenaries of Unjustice," "Blazing Wasteland" and "Nightlight" are all outstanding Judas Priest inspired heavy metal!
||Date: June 15, 2010 at 16:59|
|A fun album. It's like a Christian version of Alice Cooper's "Raise Your Fist and Yell." Plenty of heavy riffing, shredding guitar solos, double bass (think Roses on White Lace), with all the same trappings (Cheesy lyrics, 80's recording). It has been remastered and sounds great now. It still has that clinical 80's production but it has great punch and a big volume boost. One of the better 80's traditional metal albums from the Christian realm. More unique than most.
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