Yeah, thrash is having a pretty big comeback but nobody does it better than Municipal Waste. This is their first major release and as has been stated, it’s a little short. But thrash is fast and angry, so it’s kind of to be expected. A bunch of short, thrashy gems and one weird, classic metal-styled hidden track about flying kites or something.
Tony uses a bit different style of vocals on this than on the two albums that follow, it’s a little faster, higher and more urgent than his classic thrash yell, if that’s what you’re used to. I think I prefer it, actually. But if you want to see the Waste’s progression from thrash newbies to the genre master’s that they are today, look no further. Highly recommended.