Jedi Mind Tricks released Servants in Heaven, Kings in Hell on Tuesday and its one of their best records since The Psycho-Social, Chemical, Biological, and Electro-Magnetic Manipulation of Human and in many aspects I like it better. I think their latest carries more passion and often times a deeper message (AMG says its the most overtly socially conscious and critical album that the group has ever made). Producer Stoupe the Enemy of Mankind and MC Vinnie Paz (aka Ikon the Verbal Hologram) really show of their talents on this record.
AMG has nothing but acclaim for the disk saying:
"Servants in Heaven, Kings in Hell is the collaboration of two talented musicians who can create a nearly flawless album in which each track can stand on its own, but is more powerful as a whole, as an exploration of pain and hatred, of those feelings that we often don't wish to address but that, thanks to Jedi Mind Tricks, will be addressed for us."