13 Songs, 1 Hour 1 Minute


Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

nyjmk ,


For your information loudness has been making great music through the 90s up until now this is tnere first release in America and not as an import

Campbema ,

Pretty dope

The idiot above complaining it isn’t the 80s anymore should just keep his crappy opinions to himself. Loudness rocks as usual! Some of us (even those of us in our 20s) love this style of metal and in fact the New Wave of Traditional Heavy Metal (NWOTHM) is doing fairly well in terms of music quality. Bands like Loudness, Dokken, Priest, and Maiden fuel that movement and we couldn’t be happier to see them cranking new tunes. And yea the other guy is right they have been making music for a long while over seas.

HellRaiser#7 ,

Back to classic Loudness sound

Wow, this cd is freakin awesome. For several years the band has been playing real heavy, like Pantera heavy. I saw them live in 2005 and barely played any 80s stuff , just their newest heavier material. I saw the setlist they played the last tour and their back to playing all their 80’s stuff . This album has the 80s style but Loudness didn’t just regenerate the old sound, it has mixed in an updated sound. It a great album and their newest drummer is fantastic. I was a huge fan of their old drummer ( Higuchi) but he unfortunately passed away from liver cancer in 2008. (RIP)

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