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on 21 March 2003
After Unholy Terror, which I considered to be the best new album since Crimson Idol, it was always going to be difficult to maintain the standard for Blackie Lawless. In this attempt he is covering the emotions raised in him by events on September 11th and his consequent visit to Ground Zero. There are some good aggressive tunes on it the conjur images of American tanks storming over the desert in search of revenge, and the ballad of the album, Hallowed Ground, is truly touching both accoustically and otherwise. As with recent albums though the mix is awful, to understand what Blackie is singing about you MUST read the lyrics as the guitars are too loud in the mix and the vocals have so many overlaps on them the vast majority of it is incoherent.
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