‘Legal At Last’ by Anvil
Steven Kudlow / Vocals and Guitar
Robb Reiner / Drums
Chris Robertson / Bass
Song / Album Composition
Legal At Last
Nabbed In Nebraska
Talking To The Wall
Plastic In Paradise
Food For The Vulture
Said And Done
“Legal At Last,” kicks things off. It’s a barnstormer.
“Nabbed In Nebraska,” is a riff rager. Kicking the listener in the teeth and making them enjoy it, quite thoroughly, as is the Anvil way.
“Chemtrails,” rolls with the punches. Quite literally.
“Gasoline,” tears up the manual and throws it into the dustbin of history and produces more energy than anything.
“I’m Alive,” is a rocking monster of a song.
“Talking To The Wall,” gets big and then goes hard.
“Glass House,” slowly thunders into being and shakes the roof.
“Plastic In Paradise,” gets things going and going hard.
“Bottom Line,” hits hard, and rightly so given the song title.
“Food For The Vulture,” roars into being and produces something quite magnificent.
“Said and Done,” roars and powers through the mighty fortress of sound.
“No Time,” is a rager.
The album is out on 14th February via AFM Records.