|2. Secret Of Steel|
|3. Gloves Of Metal|
|4. Gates Of Valhalla|
|6. Revelation (Deaths Angel)|
|7. March For Revenge (By The Soldiers Of Death)|
In a Declaration of War Against Its Critics and the Conservative-minded Music Industry and as a Vow of Honor to their Fans and their Music, the Members of Manowar Inked their Second Recording Contract in their Own Blood for the Release of "into Glory Ride". "Into Glory Ride", the Band's Second Album, Has Shown Further Development, Particularly in Terms of the Songwriting, which Has Already Become More Epic Compared with their Debut. The Album Contains Some Undoubted Manowar Classics Such as "gates of Valhalla", "secret of Steel"; "revelation (Death's Angel)" Or "march of Revenge (By the Soldiers of Death)". This Epic Album of Monumental Proportion also Heralded the Arrival of Scott Columbus, Later Known as the "drummer of Doom". As a Special Bonus the Digi Pack Silver Edition features a 16-pages Booklet with Previously Unreleased Photomaterial as Well as Interviews with the Band Members plus Lyrics and Liner Notes. In Addition to This, the Album Has Been Digitally Remastered.
Manowar's second album is like the first one but a little bit tougher. "Warlord", "Gloves of Metal", "Revelation" offer good metal for all metal... Read morePublished on April 11 2003 by Reijo Piippula
When I first heard Manowar, I thought they were the greatest spoof on heavy metal since Spinal Tap. Then I realized that this was no joke - THESE GUYS WERE ABSOLUTELY SERIOUS. Read morePublished on April 4 2003 by Michael A. Moir, Jr.
Into Glory Ride was propably the album that earned Manowar the reputation as swordswinging barbarians. The cover alone is hilarious. Read morePublished on Aug. 29 2002 by Christian Jorgensen
this was the first manowar lp i picked up many many years ago.
manowar has always been one of those metal bands you either liked or hated.me being one who loved manowar. Read more
ONe must be out of his mind to spend fifteen bucks in this album, which has, arguably, the worst cover art ever for a heavy metal album!! Unvbeliavable!! Read morePublished on April 19 2002 by Botnik Roller
This is by far the BEST Manowar album they produced. Everyone of these songs rock! Each one takes you to a magical fantasy idea, that makes you feel as if nothing cannot be done. Read morePublished on May 25 2001 by Kip Perkins