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Album Review

Biohazard continues to polish their metal/hardcore/rap fusion into a seamless, singular sound on New World Disorder, featuring guest appearances from Sticky Fingaz, Fear Factory's Christian Olde Wolbers and Sepultura's Igor Cavalera. The band doesn't really introduce any new ideas here — they're simply refining their old ones — but that will be enough to satisfy their not insignificant following.

Customer Reviews

Biohazard Gold

The Best Biohazard album. Sweet guitar and drums. Good lyrics too. This is their best album, if u want to buy any of theirs, buy this one.

YES

this album here is an absolute must have, must get, must steal

This is a classic

It's not very often that I hear a band that can mix anger and frustration with a positive messege, and this is one of those bands. The whole album is good, but the song Switchback is one of my all time favs. That song has pulled me out of a dark mood many times. So if you like the energy of metal without the hopelessness the lyrics sometimes express, this ones for you.

Biography

Formed: 1988 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Biohazard was one of the first bands to regularly incorporate elements of both hip-hop and hardcore metal into their sound; since their lyrical fare dealt with the harshness of urban life and the resulting anger and frustration, which both genres of music have been known to address, the connection only made sense, especially in light of Anthrax's highly effective collaboration with Public Enemy on 1991's "Bring the Noise." When Biohazard formed in 1988 in Brooklyn, New York, their sound was much...
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