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  • I for one, appreciate a Christian Metal artist’s desire to make known the truth of the Almighty, and the musical ability to deliver it with a vicious blow. The Word of God is no joke, and “Thy Will be Done” makes sure you know it. To speak the truth and hold to it steadfastly is a remarkable trait.

    “In Ancient of Days” is definitely worth your time. It will throw you against the wall and barrage you relentlessly with Divine Inspiration.

    Posted on February 9, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • Thy Will Be Done is one of the best pure metal bands to come out in awhile! This C.D. has it all, killer riffs, crushing breakdowns, amazing guitar solos, fast intricate drumming, and a brutal singer. I just saw this band live on the “Thrash & Burn” tour, and they stuck out like a sore thumb because they were actually talented (along with Devildriver of course). The sound at the venue sucked so it was hard to hear everything that was going on, but I could tell they were good, so I picked up this C.D. and I couldn’t believe my ears! If I had to make comparisons: Vocally think Kataklysm or Devildriver, sometimes there are even hints of Phil Anselmo, Drums & Rhythm guitars think Devildriver, Riffs & Grooves-Dimebag, and Guitar Solos I would compare to Jeff Loomis of Nevermore. Not bad company to keep for a band I had never heard of and just took a chance on their C.D. If you like ripping metal done right, not like the other pansies on the Thrash & Burn tour pick this up! You will not be disappointed!

    Posted on February 9, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • In Ancient of Days is kick ass metalcore. Does it break any new ground. No. Is it as good as All That Remains. HELL NO! If you like metalcore, you should like this.

    Posted on February 9, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • This band is pretty good. They remind me of bands like pantera, lamb of god, devildriver, and maybe some “death” metal thrown in. However, unlike most of those bands they are supposedly Christian. In some songs you can def. tell. The title track “until the ancient of days” quotes the Bible I recall at least once about trying to reach a universal transformation and the renewing of our minds. Other songs like “solemn oath” harken back to pantera with the chorus (Imo) while the rest of the album pretty much never let’s up. It slows down a little here and there but if you’re looking for clean vocals (ala kill switch engage) you won’t find any here. This is heavy stuff.

    Posted on February 9, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now