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Band Name Warlord (USA). And the Cannons of Destruction Have Begun. Data de aparición 1984. Labels Metal Blade Records. Estilo MusicalHeavy Metal. Miembros poseen este álbum29.

Labels: Metal Blade Records. Genres: Heavy Metal Members: Damien King II, William J Tsamis, Archangel, Mark Zonder, Sentinel. Album (Studio full-length). Mark Zonder : Producer. Porky : Mastering Engineer.

Every song on And the Cannons of Destruction Have Begun is kind of dark, with the exception of Lost and Lonely Days. Speaking of that track, it’s kind of the odd one out on this album. While the instrumentals are quite good, it feels like Warlord trying to sneak a single into a mainstream rock station. This is fine, but the mood of the other tracks and its themes of broken love don’t mix in with the satanic themes, abject loneliness, defeating evil, and an alien invasion on the other tracks.

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the vocals are ok. could've been better. the first album is much better. i also don't like that there is too much re-recorded material. i like when an album has new fresh music in it that u haven't heard before. it's ok if u re-record 1 or 2 songs from previous albums and put them as. bonus/extra songs, but when u put them as the official album material and when u do it more than once that is too much.