The opening clean notes immediately reminded me of the opening to "Sleepwalker" by Megadeth, but then giant power chords build up anticipation for what's to come. We then head into a ripping thrash assault with Exodus-style riffs, courtesy of guitarists Guy Laverick and Jason Macdonald, that lasts until about the middle of the song, where we are then treated to a very tasty harmonized lead section, which leads into a fantastic melodic solo. I love Lundi Reez's vocals. They compliment the riffs really well, and he incorporates a couple of different styles found in thrash. I personally really like his gang-style vocals, because to me, they kind of sound like Joe Duplantier of Gojira if he was singing for a thrash band. The song then closes out with a more chaotic shredding solo.
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Lundi Reez - Vocals
Guy Laverick - Lead guitars
Jason Macdonald - Rhythm guitars
Craig Elliott - Bass
Marc Jackson - Drums