Genre: Metallic Hardcore
Once in a long while an album comes along and every nuance of that album seems to be perfect. Every vocal line, every bass line, every drum fill, every riff is so incredibly memorable that you cant ever get it out of your head. For me, this is one of those albums. Before Integrity released it they took the scene by storm with their 1989 demo, Harder They Fall. While most hardcore bands were preaching about brotherhood or some other elitist bullshit, Integrity wrote, and continues to write, songs influenced by the occult, the process church and the apocalypse, among other things. Although they took some detours along the way, their sound is pretty much the same now as it was on this album, metallic hardcore with ripping guitar solos, gargled barbed wire screaming, slow to mid-pace heavy parts punctuated with double bass and fast hardcore breaks. Check out their newer stuff if you get a chance. Oh yeah, LEAVE COMMENTS IF YOU DOWNLOAD!!!