There's no doubt that every burg, hamlet, or city in the world has some kind of pub or gathering place that features the music of local musicians with rockstar aspirations. This kind of rock star aesthetic is what's being spoken of when Animal Grace's Act of God plays. Animal Grace's Act of God is a recording that sounds like it was tucked away sometime during the 1970s, then brought out again in 1989 for some overdubs. It's rock & roll, yet it's heavy metal and sounds like something that would have evolved out of the Boston or Kiss era, but sounds just as at home among the work of Dokken, George Lynch, and mid-'80s Ozzy Osbourne. If you have a passion for bar band rock with its artificial and superficial machismo, then you'll be certain to enjoy the work of Animal Grace.
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AllMusic Review by Matt Borghi