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At their very best

For me this was (is) BT at their very best. Slightly more mature song writing than Warmaster, and with a slightly better budget. Play it loud.


I bought this album when it was first released. It lasted 3 weeks. It lacked the raw power of their last album & the Indian style riffs were extremely annoying. It was something new from Bolt Thrower which appealed to others more than me, although I did like at least 1 or 2 songs having to put up with the direction they seemed to be going.


Formed: September, 1986 in England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

One of Britain's most consistent and enduring death metal bands, Birmingham's Bolt Thrower has weathered the best and worst of times in the extreme genre's history without ever giving in to commercial temptations, or hardly even altering its sound. The fact that they were unusually blessed with a steady lineup throughout much of their career no doubt contributed to this stability, and though they were rarely bestowed wild praise for their efforts, with most of their competitors or contemporaries...
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