In 2015, one would think that the thrash revival scene would try something new for once. If that's what you
came here for, then I've got some bad news. Untouchable Glory forces itself into a hole somewhere between
generic and corny. Adding to that, none of the songs really do anything to distinguish themselves from one
another. The album is just a compilation of fast, repetitive riffs that show some technicality once in a while,
but not to any added effect.