That’s what I call old school thrash metal. Killing Slayer riffs, fast, banging drums and a really aggressive mouthpiece. All you need? Well, not really. A few killer riffs don’t make a good song, especially when they’re performed with such a weak, thin guitar sound. The album just passes through without anything staying in mind to remember. After the third song, at the latest, you wonder if you haven’t already heard that one.