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Release date: 26 April 2004
Style: Bay Area thrash metal

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8 | 151 votes

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11 want it


Disc I
01. Thrown To The Wolves
02. 5 Steps Of Freedom
03. Thicker Than Blood
04. The Devil Incarnate
05. Famine
06. Prophecy
07. No
08. Spirit
09. Land Of Blood
10. Never Me
11. Word To The Wise
+ Thicker Than Blood [promo video][Japanese/Korean bonus]

Disc II [Live in Pratteln Z7 DVD bonus]
01. Seemingly Endless Time
02. Evil Priest
03. Voracious Souls
04. 3rd Floor
05. Disturbing The Peace
06. Mistress Of Pain
07. Veil Of Deception
08. 5 Steps Of Freedom
09. Stagnant
10. Bored
11. Thrashers
12. The Ultra-Violence
13. A Room With A View
14. Kill As One


Additional info
Mark Osegueda - Vocals
Rob Cavestany - Guitar
Ted Aguilar - Guitar
Dennis Pepa - Bass
Andy Galeon - Drums

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musicalkaratekid - 22.01.2014 at 15:08  
Rating: 8 For a comeback album I think this is pretty damn awesome, especially for the thrash metal genre. For the most part this album is consistent, explosive and well written, though some songs are evidently more cohesive than others. My personal favourite would be 'Spirit', a song which has stunning vocal delivery (as always) but also never lacks that vicious metal bite from the rhythm section.
deadone - 28.04.2014 at 06:06  
Rating: 7
Written by musicalkaratekid on 22.01.2014 at 15:08

For a comeback album I think this is pretty damn awesome, especially for the thrash metal genre. For the most part this album is consistent, explosive and well written, though some songs are evidently more cohesive than others. My personal favourite would be 'Spirit', a song which has stunning vocal delivery (as always) but also never lacks that vicious metal bite from the rhythm section.


I agree - very solid album indeed.

I was hoping for a few more funky moments ala Act III but that time has passed. Guess those punky bits ala Thicker Than Blood and Land of Blood make up for it to some degree.

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