Totally superior to its predecessor, the second album of the veteran British guitarist contains more variety and solidity that shows its musical diversity. An honest work that registered in the old fashioned way with all the force and chemistry of the direct in studio. Result; passion and energy. The guitars are back to a higher level, drawing melodies and solos as exhibited in 'Only Words', a homage to the great Gary Moore, or a sublime guitar like 'Too Many Goodbyes'. Great interpretation by David A. Mills, whose voice is a clear example of British style; hard / heavy. Reminiscences to Rush and Metallica in 'Underground' and 'Devil's Chord', Led Zeppelin in 'The Priest' or UFO in 'Another World'.
Ian Toomey, UK Rock guitarist