Featuring Mark Storace of Krokus fame on vocals you would be forgiven
for thinking this is the Krokus album that got away. In fact it's a bit
softer than Storace's normal fayre but sits well with the singer's
At other times this release has a Kingdom Come feel to
it, which unlike many of the reviewers who hated the so-called Kingdom
Clone, I rather like some of their stuff.
Tracks like 'Raise The Hammer' are fist-pumping rockers that get the blood moving in the
system. This release does not break any new bounderies or come close
to being a classic, it does however provide one with 10 tracks of
competent enjoyable hard rock. Considering all the troubles this band
have had in the last few years it amazing how good this CD is in the
end. It will be very interesting to see what they manage to produce
after a period of stability. This is definitely a band to be watched.