Death Angel was one of the casualties of the grunge movement. They had just been signed to Geffen for this CD & Geffen’s priority of Nirvana resulted in the death of Death Angel. It was rumored that Geffen was looking to market Death Angel as “D.A.,” which probably would have ended the same way. This album shows significant growth from stylistic tracks such as the acoustic “Veil Of Deception” and the hard and heavy tracks like “Seemingly Endless Time,” and “Stop.” This is a great example of what would have been the future of metal in the 1990s. If you enjoy this spend the money for the box set that has their first 2 CDs (Ultra-Violence & Frolic Through The Park) with bonus tracks and unreleased tracks. You won’t be disappointed. The box was produced by Metallica’s Kirk Hammett. Death Angel’s 2004 release “Art Of Dying” is also recommended.