I think Into the Mirror Black is stronger too but the other one is a solid album once accustomed to Warrel's shrieking.
I disagree. "Refuge Denied" is the quintessential Sanctuary record where the band had an edge and it's own identity. "Into The Mirror Black" seems to just be the band going through the paces and doesn't really have anything outstanding from any other US Power/Thrash record in 1989. The riffs aren’t as sharp and the vocals are scaled down. Plus, I’m not at all a nevermore fan and “Into The Mirror Black” definitely shows where the band was headed in the future.Shimrod wrote:I think Into the Mirror Black is stronger too but the other one is a solid album once accustomed to Warrel's shrieking.
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