"Mass graves for the pump and the price is set..." 1999's The Battle Of Los Angeles would be Rage's last true studio album before disbanding (2000's Renegades was a collection of covers but generally treated as their final album). Previous effort Evil Empire saw the band's audience swell exponentially, and they capitalized (sorry guys) on this exposure with more ferocious charges against the government with more crossover appeal than ever before. The album's ominous title and cover art brought the realness of these charges to a whole new level. Includes the singles "Guerilla Radio," "Testify" and "Sleep Now In The Fire" as well as fan favorites "Calm Like A Bomb," "Mic Check" and "Maria." 2018 repress on 180g vinyl with code for digital download.
- 180g vinyl pressing
- digital download included
- music label: Epic Records 2018
reviewed by Sarakaya Komzin 10/2018
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