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one of the best Earache releases ever

I bought this back when it came out in 1989 (shows my age) and it blew my mind. I'm not sure what the other reviewer was talking about with regards to Pete's drumming because there's is truckloads of sick double-bass on here. Pete and Jesse were completely re-writing the grindcore rulebook on this album. Simply outstanding.

My poor headphones

This is the best grindcore that you can find. I believe it is almost better than Napalm Death. The bad thing, I bought these expensive high quality headphones, and I believe this stuff is destroying them...

makes me want throw stones at my wife!!!!!

This album is one of the best of its kind,if your into death metal or grind you must buy this album. This ones on par with repulshions horrifed.

Biography

Formed: Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

The beginnings of grindcore are often pinpointed to Napalm Death's 1987 masterpiece Scum and the early work of Carcass, but the 1989 release World Downfall by the overlooked outfit Terrorizer is often talked about in revered tones by extreme metallists worldwide. Featuring members David Vincent (bass, vocals), Pete Sandoval (drums), Jesse Pintado (guitar), and Oscar Garcia (vocals), Terrorizer's lone album has spawned countless imitators over the years, due to its groundbreaking merger of both speed...
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