Canada's thrash metal veterans return once more for a speedy romp through the yards of 80s past glory. Props to the band for never giving in for a second, maintaining an actual consistent line-up for two consecutive records on Massacre. "Death Machine" unfortunately is just wretched, an album that sounds one dimensional in blender form. This is void of any highs or lows and the same speed from power on to off. Some may really love this considering it is the day and age for this kind of retro fare. For me personally this is just grueling on the ears and begs for a change of pace somewhere throughout the ten track presentation. Color me bored.