Italian thrashers Game Over prove their name wasn't necessarily a closing statement. Their six year career includes an EP, the 2012 debut and now this, the sophomore album and first for their new label Scarlet. This sort of retroactive thrash styling rears it's head on every other release these days, however it typically isn't played this proficiently. Game Over is a fun, rip-roaring act that conveys their lively energy to album. Songs like "Nuke'em High" skirts that fine line between brilliance and flattering forgery. While the Bay Area influence is thick, the band have enough identity to stand out in the crowd.