20 years after its initial release this is still one of the best Floridian Death metal albums ever. I was fortunate enough to go and watch these guys in manchester back in 1991 on the albums release and what a night that was. Anyway as for the album: I bought it on a whim after a KKKKK review in Kerrang. I wasn't into death metal at that point - mainly Sabbath, Led Zep etc and initially disliked the death vocal style. After buying this album I loved it. Great lyrics, great vocals, layered guitars, and huge whammy bar solos. What's not to love? Released back in the days when Earache could do no wrong. Napalm Death and Carcass were releasing (relatively) massive hits!? Roadrunner had Obituary, Sepultura, and Deicide. Early 90s metal was just great. And that's without mentioning the forerunner in Death. How the world misses Chuck and his inspiration. Get 'em all.
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