I wasn't sure if I was going to be able to hang with another Forced Order record. I mean, I really liked One Last Prayer, but did I like this style enough to hold my interest for two albums? Turns out the answer is yes. This is aggressive and angry, and when I'm looking for that, Forced Order deliver.
I find that the pressing for this vinyl is strange. The record is fourteen songs long, but twelve of them are on side A...with the last two songs which consist of five minutes of instrumentals are on the B side. When I'm spinning the record, side A is all that I really need.
Third pressing on clear vinyl and limited to 328.