supported by 15 fans who also own “Wolves & Trees”
I first came across SGT Thunderhoof on their spilt with Howling Giant. The quality of their track compelled me to search for more. And were better to start than the beginning. There are only 5 songs on this album, but, as you’ll discover when you start listening, the SGT love his long tunes that eb & flow with walls of sound punctuated with meandering interludes. This album just gets better the further you get through it. The other reviews are right. It’s not their best but it’s still good. Harry Harrison
supported by 13 fans who also own “Wolves & Trees”
That opening to "Gun You Down" is filthy, and they don't let up from there. The riffs alone are worth the price of admission, but the strong vocals and pounding rhythm section are fantastic as well. Colin M.