1993 - Following an EU Tour with Holy Moses, WARPATH entered the studio again! "Massive" was the second album and marked a radical change in direction regarding the band’s musical style - they stepped away from power metal and now played thrash with N.Y.H.C. and death metal elements.
The release of the title song proved to be a success for the band, because "Massive" was on heavy rotation in numerous metal clubs and made the necks of a lot of metalheads hurt. The cover version of Carnivore’s "Race War" was another big step for WARPATH. The song by Pete Steele, late front man of Type O Negative, was already received with mixed results, when it was originally released in the 80’s, because a lot of people did not get the message or didn’t listen to the lyrics properly. An interview together with Pete Steele on Radio Bremen 4’s program "Wild Side" as well as a headliner slot at the Wild Side Festival with bands like Gamma Ray and Coroner are also one of noticeable things that followed the album’s release.
The album was also better received by the metal press than the debut!