The band have laid the groundwork to become a big name in thrash for years to come.
Against Evil fail to follow up their promising debut EP with a devastating follow through and may have to surrender.
It’s not too long, and if you can make it through, there are some gems to be found.
This is meat and potatoes, old-school, party-hard, and hail-Satan, balls out death metal.
Seems like a project of disparate songs held together by the trappings of some admittedly good artwork.
Doesn’t do much other than be average.
If this doesn’t get your head banging, nothing will.
This EP just isn’t particularly a good representation of the band at their strongest.
This one rocks, this one rolls, this one blows your face off while at the same time hitting all the right emotional and intellectual notes.
A really solid debut.