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Their best since Pound For Pound

Juggernaut of Justice is, to me, like a really great Motorhead album. Its fast, its heavy and it doesn't mess around in getting to the point. This is something Anvil have forgotten to do for a rather long time. This formula is the right blend for this band. Juggernaut is a top notch release from a band who passed their youthful prime probably about fifteen or twenty years ago, and the writing is outstandingly strong and catchy. Lips' riffs here stand out much more than anything since Pound For Pound, and that isn't something I say lightly. Pound For Pound is, to me, their third best album, and this may beat out Forged In Fire as their fourth.

Very good performace

This was my very first Anvil album (late to the party I know), but also a very good performance. All of the songs on the alubm are composed well, nothing too repetitive, and very nice ryhthems that will get you banging your head. The standout track for me is the title track "Juggernaut of Justice" If you usually just grab a few songs off an album mack sure you get the whole album this time around. It's well worth it.

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Formed: 1978 in Canada

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Toronto, Canada's Anvil were one of the first North American bands to push the sound and style of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal one step further. Clearly indebted to the likes of Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, and many others from across the Atlantic, Anvil nonetheless played louder, faster, and heavier than their heroes, in the process laying the groundwork for the thrash movement that took over heavy metal's underground in the '80s. Yet unlike many of the furious West Coast thrashers that immediately...
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Juggernaut of Justice, Anvil
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock
  • Released: May 10, 2011

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