Bolt Thrower - Honour - Valour - Pride

8.1 | 183 votes |
Release date: 19 November 2001
Style: Death metal


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01. "Contact - Wait Out"
02. Inside The Wire
03. Honour
04. Suspect Hostile
05. 7th Offensive
06. Valour
07. K-Machine
08. A Hollow Truce
09. Pride
10. Covert Ascension [bonus]

Dave Ingram - vocals
Barry "Baz" Thomson - guitars
Gavin Ward - guitars
Martin Kearns - drums
Jo-Anne "Jo" Bench - bass

Additional info
Recorded and Mixed at Sable Rose Studio, UK June-September 2001.
Engineered by Andy Faulkner.
Produced by Bolt Thrower and Andy Faulkner.
Released on Metal Blade Records.
Sleeve by Jan Meininghaus.

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20.04.2010 - 20:28
Rating: 7
Decent album. 7th offensive is an outstanding song but sadly the only one...
Υou've sold your human essence to the cold world of dead and empty things... You're SOLD!
19.09.2012 - 14:52
Rating: 7
I agree, it doesn't have the catchiness of "...For Victory". I like the second track as well.
21.03.2013 - 19:25
Rating: 8
Both Dave Ingram and Karl Willets are in my opinion great vocalists within Death Metal, and I don't think that Ingram really affected Bolt Thrower's seventh album anyway. It still sounds very precise and solid, yet the production slightly hampers the sound too. Not quite as outstanding as "...For victory", but it's still essential for any Bolt Thrower fan's collection.
29.09.2017 - 05:04
Rating: 8
I love Dave Ingram's vocals!
What is the difference between the man who fools you from the pulpit, and the other man who fools you from the platform?
Both of them seek to obtain power over you - To rule your mind, control your property interests or labor power.

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