Opening song, 'Walk The Plank' opens on an upbeat triumphant note and showcases a more symphonic epic sound, which displays a more serious and refined side to them immediately, all the while embracing their catchy wonderful pirate sound! Enjoying yourself on their quest, stick around for 'Drink', which could well compete with their best and most infectious anthems to date! You will find you can't stop listening to this and will have found your new weekend tune to get merry to and have a blast with your mates!
'Magnetic North' again demonstrates their slight change in sound, possessing their nautical elements but mixed with heavier sections also.
'1971 (The Battle of Cartagena)' is an truly epic surprise featuring growly fierce vocals, highlighting a more dark heavy sound with lots of superb well structured tempo changes, displaying the bands impressive musicianship!
Just based on the title 'Mead From Hell' you can tell it will be a good classic Alestorm song! In yet another alcohol based fun and seriously addictive track, which again will rank high in the Alestorm catalogue!
'Surf Squid Warfare' continues on from their typical fun pirate anthems along with 'Quest For Ships' again this 'flows' on 'swimmingly' from previous tracks, 'Mead From Hell' and 'Surf Squid Warfare' as all tie in nicely, and keep things consistent and coherent, being faster paced and more thrashed based and features some impressive technical guitar work!
The comically titled, 'Wooden Leg!' also continues to entertain throughout with ridiculous but brilliant lyrics which will make you smirk endlessly, such as how the Japanese and Spanish resulted in getting 'wooden legs'. The chorus rampages and screams aggressively, expressing the anger behind this in a silly but wonderful fashion!