limited edition on red vinyl, 350 pressed, bonus 7", 425gsm heavy cardboard cover, cardboard lyric insert. ?Four More Years Of Terror? first saw the light of day in 2005 and was welcomed by reviewers as another great piece of work, combining all that is typical and outstanding about the band?s sound, who like to keep it plain and simple: ?Four more years of terror? is old school death / thrash to the bone, a feast for all those raised on a rotten diet of Possessed, Mot?rhead, Venom and Slayer. Topped with a crust reeking of punk and spiced with true underground flavour, Master serve you killer riffs, relentless drumming and a dirty, driving bass. Notorious both for his mighty beard and his strong opinions, Paul Speckmann from Chicago, Illinois is one of the loudest and most significant voices in (thrashened) Death Metal. His band Master belongs to the longest lasting constants in that field of music, forever shunning all trends or the ?need? for a ?modern? sound. Master first formed in 1983, rising from the ashes of Paul?s former bands War Cry and Death Strike, and in spite of a long list of line up changes and troubles with getting out their first proper release (their debut, simply titled ?Master?, was released in 1990 on German label Nuclear Blast) Master have been alive, kicking and massively influential ever since, as Paul claims: ?It's common knowledge that a large portion of the original underground scene that thrives even today were influenced by the early Speckmann demos. We don't need to bother naming names here but the truth hurts sometimes for many people.? Why should we not name names here? Highly prolific bands such as Napalm Death, Obituary and Exhumed make no secret of the fact that Master had a massive influence on their own music from the very beginning.