Their preceding album Razamanaz already launched Nazareth into the hard rock stratosphere over night.
Therefore, expectations for a successor were high. After recording eight songs with producer Roger Glover, the band decided to christen the album the way it sounds: this record is loud and the band is friggin' proud of it! Heavy on drums and distorted guitars, the band pushes its way through the 48 minutes like a steam train running wild, with the exception of a breezy excursion like "Child In The Sun" and a doomy but incredibly intense version of Bob Dylan's "The Ballad Of Hollis Brown".
Listen to the opening track "Go Down Fighting", and you know what to expect.