“Steel For Life,” kicks things off. Fighting fit and filled with brilliant energy and purpose. “Devil in Transport,” continues where the opener left off. Filled with energy and a manic grace. “Bed Queen,” rocks out with a solid riff, turning the screws through and ensuring the listener is hooked from the get go. “Just Because I Can,” roars through the shimmering lines and delivers a focus on the pathway to purpose.
“Metal and More,” is a rocker and has echoes of early Metallica. “Speedline,” roars into being, delivering some fantastic movement and ensuring the listener is hooked. “Iron Mountain,” roars into being slowly moving the ever changing pace through. “Heartbreaker,” is an amped up beauty.
The album is out on 21st February via Gates of Hell Records.