FBD sold by the bucket-load on the strength of the previous album, but it’s not as good. Dimebag Darrell's down-tuned chug is slowed way down in places and sounds like Fear Factory in others. Fear Factory are boring. The drums are savagely heavy-handed and impact upon the sound of the whole album a little too much. It’s still as heavy as a bag of spanners but has less to set it apart from the Pantera clones. There's a fine cover of Sabbath's Planet Caravan at the end.