Artillery returned last year after nearly ten years away from the recording studio. The Danish thrash metal band has always been a very creative and technical force in the genre. The years away have not diminished the band's abilities at all, as shown by this album.
This album kicks things off quickly with thundering drums and thrashy riffs. The entire album moves at a frenetic pace. The vocals are more similar to U.S. power metal than thrash metal which is a great change of pace from the yelling and screaming most other thrash metal vocalists do.
This is easily one of the best reunion albums from a 1980's thrash metal band. The whole album is energetic and powerful with great, memorable riffs, blazing guitar solos, and soaring vocals. It's great to have Artillery back. I will be looking into their back catalogue soon.