St. Paul, Minnesot'as True Metal Record Store (RIP as of Dec. 24, 2015)
Time is limited for me today, so it’s fortunate our Old Metal Thursday feature speaks entirely for itself. More than that, JAG PANZER’s once inexplicably obscure 1984 masterpiece Ample Destruction screams, wails, exhorts, clamors and forcefully DEMANDS for itself as well.
This IS heavy metal. If you’re not stricken with the primordial power of Ample Destruction by the bellowing chorus of “Harder than Steel” I don’t have much hope to offer your reputation. If you are: here’s to the totality of all your triumphs and the plentitude of their many fruits. NO MERCY!
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