SLOUGH FEG has the ability of progressing further year after year, tour after tour, album after album. Where this ability comes from it's easy to say, it can be simply found in their perseverance, in their normality somehow, in their being true a belief: to play HEAVY METAL MUSIC outside of schemes, of momentary trends. The cover artwork, by American cartoonist James E. Lyle, strengthen this concept, the "Hardworlder" is a man who's been through lot of perils but still keeps on ticking... The album itself is a tribute to Rock Music, with the best guitars ever heard on a SLOUGH FEG album, and the precise and always present rhythmic section. Producer Justin Phelps, incidentally an original member of SLOUGH FEG himself, gave the right 70s focus on an album which also delivers two delicious cover songs, the Irish Folk Rock classic "Dearg Doom" (originally performed by HORSLIPS) and the MANILLA ROAD's "Streetjammer".