Agent Steel – No Other Godz Before Me – Review18th March 2021 0 By John Deaux
American speed metallers Agent Steel are back with their first ‘official’ album since 1987s Unstoppable Force. No Other Godz Before Me is just as unrelenting as their debut Skeptics Apocalypse.
It comes out the gate like the Bloodhound SSC car. The album quickly gets to 1000mph and stays there for the duration of 11 tracks and 41minutes of crushing speed metal.
This record features guitars that are faster than a premature ejaculator, vocals that are reminiscent of King Diamond and Barry Gibbs love child, thunderous drums and a rumbling bass tops it all off to produce one hell of a return to form.
Agent Steel aren’t re-inventing the wheel or even pretending to be something they’re not and that’s a good thing.
This is how a proper speed metal band sounded back in 1984 but brought up to date with the production value of 2021.
01. Passage to Afron-V
02. Crypts of Galactic Damnation
03. No Other Godz
05. The Devil’s Greatest Trick
06. Sonata Cosmica
07. Veterans of Disaster
08. Carousel of Vagrant Souls
09. The Incident
10. Outer Space Connection
11. Entrance to Afron-V
Label – Dissonance
Release – 9th March 2021
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