Kicking off with the album’s title track, its already annoying that there’s no question mark anywhere to be seen, given that, at the end of the day, it’s a question right? Illiteracy aside, it’s not bad. It appears there’s been a slight toning down since 2012’s “Sin And Bones”; it’s a bit more polished in production and not as raw sounding, however the track itself is a bit repetitive. Lead single “Lights Go Out” is the first clear stand-out track on offer here, it’s very mechanic in tone but falls short of being anything industrial sounding, it plods along, but has such a simple, great quality chorus; catchy stuff.
“Died With You” is another stand out track, touching rock-ballad territory on this one, it’s got a real sentimental feel to it beyond being just a set of touching lyrics, to some extent, playing to Jericho’s strengths as a vocalist, he’s a genuinely good singer. Tracks such as “Unstoppable” and “Scarecrow” keep the album ticking along nicely, the theme of the album seeming to be penning really ear-pleasing choruses, which no one can complain about really…before we come across “SOS”…another cover…from ABBA…what’s more, it actually works too! Fozzy yet again showing their versatility, and willingness to tread new ground…
Chris Jericho maybe a legend in the squared circle, a future WWE Hall Of Famer, however, it’s his band and passion for rock and metal that are the reasons we hear his name more often in recent times, and slowly but surely, he’s becoming the legit rock star he’s dreamed of being, with respectable band behind him to boot. Do you wanna’ start a war? Only if you promise not to use the Walls Of Jericho… 
The album, "Do You Wanna Start A War" is available on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/do-you-wanna-start-a-war/id879555041