One of the classics, and also one of the most under-rated 80s hardcore bands. Death Sentence hailed from Vancouver, and they were sort of a cross between the Sex Pistols and Motorhead, and this record fuses the two sounds in a blistering crossover style attack. Their follow up, Stop Killing Me leaned much, much more to the metal side, and is decent, but mediocre compared this record.
The band reformed for a spell sometime in the past decade with a new singer, as the original died of an overdose in the early 90s. This record has never been pressed on CD, but two vinyl pressings exist, from 1985 and 1986, and typically run for around $30.
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