Metal is not exactly known for the two things that make this album so wickedly lovable; saxophone and a sense of humor. Let’s start with the sense of humor; this is not a comedy album or one written with only jokes and cliches, but rather a serious album that knows when to take itself seriously and when to use meta-like jokes to not get too heady. Then there is the saxophone, which replaces the staple shredding metal guitar. I’d describe more, but I’d never do it justice. Just take a listen.
Favorite Track: Hand of God