I first heard of BTA a couple weeks before going to their concert and after I went I was really excited for their album to come out and I wasn't disappointed.
Now I haven't been in the metal scene for that long but I know that Terminate Damnation took a direction that most metal albums ever take, and that is with not so metal instrumentals.
The album starts with March of the Death which sounds like funeral song and the next song, Into Oblivion, kicks in really fast and powerful.
A couple songs later is Elegy a eleven minute epic song that has a classical music ABA flow as the first part is big and powerful with vocals, the second part slows down and becomes a acoustic guitar and piano piece and the last part goes back to the first part just without the vocals.
The next song, Night's Sorrow, is another instrumentals and is a really cool nocturne.
And the rest of the album has songs full of power songs with a couple more instrumentals that break up the album into a great flowing album and should be heard all the way through at least once.
If your a Christian and/or metal fan, this album is a must buy and experience.