I love this album. I have been a huge fan of Manowar since the first record album in 1982. They epitomize everything that is great about heavy metal with a sound that is unique within the confines of the genre. The first record is often cited as the very first power metal recording and many bands have copied their style ever since. But there is only one Manowar, with the best singer in metal, a bass player like no other, and ripping guitars and solos. The Trimph Of Steel was the first album released after losing the original guitarist Ross The Boss and all the fans were worried because Ross is a god. But this album slays from beginning to end. And heavy as Hades with a superb production and sound which rattles my ribcage. One of their best!
I would recommend this to a friend