This album was much more heavier than "Beyond the valley of the Murderdolls" which, as a metalhead, is always a plus. "Women and children last" has been described by the band as their first real record as their debut was merely a 'glorified demo'. This is notable when listening to it as it seems to have a more clear cut, decisive sound. The album starts with the slow, creepy intro "The world according to revenge" before blasting straight into "Chapel of blood" which is easily one of the heaviest tracks on the album. The last song on the album "Hello, goodbye, die" is a definite return to their horror-punk roots making it a great track to finish with. Some of my personal favorites on the album include "Drug me to hell", "Nowhere", "Summertime suicide", "My dark place alone", "Blood stained valentine" and "Pieces of you". Every song is brilliant in its own way though. I personally feel this is an album EVERY music fan should own, but I strongly recommend it for anyone who is a fan of artists such as: Murderdolls, Wednesday 13, Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson, Misfits etc.