The album kicks off with “White Lands” which paces itself very well as a sort of casual introduction; it’s got a great blues-rock sound at its core with Marco Pellegrini’s bold vocals prominent but not overpowering. In a sense it’s not too unlike ALTER BRIDGE at their mellowest, providing a song you can simply sway along to, it’s a decent start. Tracks such as “The Temple Of The Golden Spiders” and “Inside My Pain” highlight the bands stoner-rock influences, while the classic hard rock inspired “Until The Sun Goes Down” and “Sleeping With A Gun” keep the album flowing with their edgier appeal.
For those of you that can speak Italian, “Schiavo Libero” provides a slick yet solid rock ‘n’ roll track performed in their native lingo and it’s actually one of the albums highlights, there’s a great sound to this, before then finally we finish up on…”Pretty Big Titty”…I’m not even joking. OK for all intents and purposes, it’s a catchy piece of rock with a great rhythm, but in all seriousness, it’s out of place here, it really is. Creatively it simply doesn't add up and to some extent damages a certain degree of credibility the record rightfully has…a strange decision this one. As a whole, the album is a strong one; it’s got some great hooks, ample harmony and generally plays very well. The artwork and that closing track would have served better as a stand-alone single, but, we can’t have it all ways. There’s nothing truly addictive here, but it’s still worth a listen.