The macho, jock-core of Fury of Five are thankfully disbanding after this release because, according to their liner notes, "it's hard to be a band when clubs don't want you to play since you put a bunch of their bouncers in the hospital." At least we have one less hard-guy act to worry about. Maybe if they spent more time concentrating on their music rather than beating people up, This Time, It's Personal wouldn't be a mediocre metal album that takes on the laughable parts of Biohazard, Pantera and Earth Crisis. Please guys, put your shirts back on.
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AllMusic Review by Mike DaRonco