Heaven's Basement being a personal favourite band, I have been looking forward to the release of this album for quite some time after two successful EPs. I was not disappointed at all, opening track Welcome Home was a perfect choice to open the album with. The album consists of thunderous drums, sharp guitar riffs and powerful vocals. My personal favourite track is Lights Out In London, it's very heartfelt and shows off the vocal ability from Aaron Buchanan perfectly. This album has a versatile selection of songs to suit your mood, from the acoustic ballad The Price To Pay to the heavy upbeat Fire Fire this album contains the whole package. What I also love about this new album is that it contains material from previous EPs such as The Long Goodbye and the epic anthem Executioner's Day that had been remastered completely. It works so well.
Overall a truly brilliant debut album from one of Britain's best rising rock bands that I shall be seeing live later on this evening (Sunday 10th Feb).
Stand out tracks: Lights Out In London, Jump Back and Executioner's Day
For fans of Guns 'N' Roses and Jettblack