Their third album overall, and the first to feature vocalist Luther Beltz - or was it? - alongside guitarist Montalo, bassist Pete Surgey and drummer Gra Scoresby, Cloak And Dagger was well received by fans and press alike, with Kerrang! Noting "they're back with a hungry, saliva-dripping, determination." and singling out for praise the album's title track: "superbly constructed out of simple, repetitive rhythms, it builds into a sustained neck-twisting claustrophobic brutality." a rock-solid and exciting album, Cloak And Dagger could have been - should have been - the album to catapult the band back to the forefront of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, but Expulsion's finances were shaky and by early 1984 Witchfynde were walking away from their second bankrupt label.