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  • Amazing record easily one their best ❤️ \m/
  • This album is their best of the 90s output easily.
  • Takes on a different flow when compared to older albums. A flow that without a doubt stands out. This is by no means a bad album and if your instantly writing this off because its not "pure" old thrash like the legacy and souls of black then you need to take a good look at your elitism because this album is one hell of a groovy thrash album with alot of unique build ups and riffs. The vocals are starting to grow on me and before that it was my only slight complaint about the album.
  • You guys are imbeciles! Its their best album in terms of performance and song-writing. Goddamn NERDS
  • sick album
  • Great album, but arguably the worst use of a lineup. You can hardly hear Steve DiGiorgio or James Murphy's signature sounds. It's truly a tragedy.
  • This album would be great if it weren't for the sad lack of solos. Agreed that Alex would have made it better.
  • really love it, sick riffs, great vocals, amazing drumming, what else do you want.
  • Heavy-Thrash metal, unique. Excellent sound production. Best rhythm guitar tone of any Testament album (Mesa Triple Rectifier), though Dark Roots of the Earth and Formation of Damnation come close with rhythm sound, just the 5150 III is a little thin on the saturation. Dave Lombardo's drumming is pounding and awesome. His drum tone is much better than any Slayer album. I love Slayer, but I really wish they would record with someone like Andy Sneap and ditch the 80s Marshall amps. The only thing that would make this album better is more shredding solos (Skolnick is missed here).

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