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  • This is a very underrated album I think, I think it’s even better than The Legacy, don’t get me wrong, I love The Legacy, but I think they got better each album, this was released in 1990 after the awesome “Practice What You Preach”, pretty much the same formula, but it is effective, the production isn’t as good as on Practice What You Preach, because the fans back then wanted it to sound like “The New Order” but it fits the music well, Chuck Billy is a great vocalist, and really shines on this album, the vocals are echoed, but like I said, it’s the production, and it fits, the drums are pushed back, but you can still hear them well, Skolnick and Peterson work together great, just listen to Skolnicks solo on “Face in the Sky” you will find yourself air-guitaring, and again, Testament pull off another great ballad “The Legacy” which is nothing short of killer, Billys vocals REALLY shine on this one, and the music is great also, just listen to the intro, great solo too, other standout tracks “Falling Fast” “Seven Days of May” “Souls of Black” they are all good, but I’ve named the best in my opinion, I’d buy the album, I don’t think you’ll be dissappointed, THRASH!!!

    Posted on February 24, 2010