Review by Paul Monkhouse for MPM
We knew this was going to be a monster but no-one expected this to be something quite so jaw droppingly colossal. Any new release from Corey Taylor is an event, be it Slipknot or Stone Sour, but this rampaging beast, accompanied by a star-studded video, looks likely to eclipse even them.
Mixing the aggression of the Iowan’s with a touch of razor wire modern metal, a whole helping of rap and a healthy portion of melodic classic hard rock and you’re facing something so volcanically hot that it’s a guarantee that your ears will blister.
Taylor’s visceral vocals, matched with the spitting rhymes of Tech N9ne and Kid Bookie, blast this into space, it’s raging defiance and righteousness like a speeding wrecking ball that destroys anything that stands in its way.
The soundtrack to the apocalypse, touch the fuse and retreat to a safe distance as this will tear your world apart.