Draped in a warm, crystalline production job, "From Fields Of Fire" is kicked off by the unchy and stout "Devils Of Your Time". "As A Thousand Thieves" sees the band going full gallop, evoking the glory days of IRON MAIDEN, while the dueling twin-guitar harmonies on "216" captures the instant chemistry between Mucio and Watson. Elsewhere, the pounding "You Are The Curse"; soaring "Infinite Lives, Infinite Doors" and nimble "Hour Of Longing" offer up a degree of range and diversity emblematic of a band who has long come into its own as songwriters. However, "From Fields Of Fire's undisputed highlight is the somber "No Right To Grieve". Perhaps the band's darkest song to date, "No Right To Grieve" was born out of a song Balich and Watson thought would be better served in a joint project outside of ARGUS. However, it was simply too good to be left off "From Fields Of Fire".