This album was originally recorded with Sy Keeler, but London Records were not impressed with the final product from a commercial point of view and enforced a re-mix and a complete re-recording of the vocals by Grim Reaper frontman Steve Grimmett, being the only album featuring him. It features their longest song to date "Welcome to Dying".
It has the awesome vocals of Steve Grimmett, incredible songs, kickass solos and riffs, audible bass, and forceful drumming. This is one of the best UK thrash records, and despite the 59 minute length, it never gets boring. I highly recommend this to fans of Xentrix, Anthrax, Sabbat, Pyracanda, and Metallica.
Overview (current section).
Not that the experienced Grimmett manages to lend any more personality to the band's predictable metal arsenal. Shellshock" and the title track are competent, if rather long, examples of the band's unbearably average classic/thrash metal hybrid
|A2||In Search Of Sanity|
|A5||Let There Be Rock|
|B1||Blood Upon The Ice|
|B2||Welcome To Dying|
|828 142-1||Onslaught||In Search Of Sanity (LP, Album)||London Records||828 142-1||UK||1989|
|828 142-2||Onslaught||In Search Of Sanity (CD, Album, Promo)||London Records||828 142-2||US||1989|
|828 142-1||Onslaught||In Search Of Sanity (LP, Album)||London Records||828 142-1||Spain||1989|
|828 142-1||Onslaught||In Search Of Sanity (LP, Album)||London Records||828 142-1||Netherlands||1989|
|828 142/4||Onslaught||In Search Of Sanity (Cass, Album)||London Records||828 142/4||Europe||1989|