In The Arms Of God (Sanctuary)
by Scott Hefflon
I’ve loved or ignored this band since Animosity in ’85. They’ve ruled and they’ve stunk, and I have no problem admitting a band I like dropped a turd. These guys have reinvented themselves a few times, and over 75% of the time, I catch on eventually to what they’re going for, and dig it. This might be the 25%, cuz this isn’t as good as ’96-2000 stuff, and it doesn’t veer anywhere new or exciting.