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||Date: May 14, 2018 at 12:14|
|This is a weird one. The only member left from the debut is guitarist, Peter Scheithauer and it shows. The debut was a decent album, if maybe a little unoriginal, but this one is almost like they are trying to copy every big metal band and see which style sticks. The opening track (same title as the opening track on the debut, but a totally different song) is a 100% Judas Priest (Painkiller era) rip off, but as you listen to the album I hear everything from Metallica to Ozzy Osbourne, to even that old water bottle blowing up maniac, Thor. It's not a bad album, but personally the debut was better, and Mike Vescera was a far superior to the guy on this album.
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