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Grim Reaper's third and last album "Rock You To Hell" is a melodic metal feast of hard rockin' and heavy tunes, with hooks aplenty and non-stop catchy guitar riffs. The band brought in producer Max Norman this time around, and the results were much better than their previous two offerings. In 1987, commercial metal, or "hair metal" as it was often called, was all the rage, and this had an effect on Grim Reaper, who injected catchier hooks into their brand of NWOBHM music. Songs like "Night of the Vampire", "Waysted Love", the rousing title track (See You in Hell... Rock You to Hell... these guys liked to vacation there quite often) and the fist pumping, sing along anthem "Lust For Freedom", all raised the bar to more commercial sounding waters, although the overall feel was still pretty heavy. Steve Grimmett's vocals were less over the top this time around, as he learned by this time to use his powerful lungs and reign his vocals in instead of just proving how high he could scream. As always, Nick Bowcott provides plenty of tasty solos and meaty classic metal riffs.