Genres: Deathgrind, Grindcore. A pillar of the genre, it's re-release (on vinyl) celebrates some of extreme metal's biggest riffs, and biggest names. It also foreshadowed what Brutual Truth would later achieve, with high speed bursts where the musicians seem to completely lose control of the music, only to pull it back from the brink with a pounding d-beat or mid paced ¾ rhythm. Für alle, die insgeheim immer noch gehofft haben, dass TERRORIZER 2012 endlich wieder so klingen wie auf „World Downfall“, denen sei ans Herz gelegt, sich von diesem Gedanken klipp und klar zu verabschieden. The standouts of an excellent album are opener "After World Obliteration" with its long intro that suddenly explodes into blast beat mayhem and mania after priming you with its thrash metal feel. Sandoval proves why he is the all time God of death/grind drumming on this album with his mind-boggling performance--he sounds like an octopus that's been well-trained. Most of the album is played at warp-speed, but the band can change tempos at the flick of a switch. The riffing is the perfect blend of hardcore/thrash speed and intensity with the riffing and heavy sound of metal. In fact, it has got to be one of the most important metal albums in the history of extreme music. There is still little room for subtlety. Pete Sandoval's drumming is absolutely perfect. It's a shame that the band split up around the time of World Downfall's release. Which matters not at all, as they do manage to give off the perfect air of riot-ready rage married to suicidal hopelessness. So yeah, I enjoyed the music the most, it was variety and worth listening to. No not a permanent member and Terrorizer trying to reform was a joke. The album was released after the band broke up to concentrate on their main bands, and they've remained dormant for sixteen years. This is the soundtrack to an organised demonstration against vivisection. The thrash genre can only get so heavy or so brutal before it completely evolved into something entirely different. So yeah, Terrorizer wasn't around for too long, then of course the ultimate death of Jesse will never have them remain as a band. There is a big difference between a quite good album and a masterpiece, and World Downfall definitely is. Discharge-channelling for sure, but taken a couple of steps up with metal speed and precision. Site links: Home | Register | Metal Music Forum | Metal Music Guides, About MMA: FAQ | About us | Contact us | Submit your music for review | Advertising informations, Sites in the MAC network: Progarchives.com — progressive rock ultimate website | JazzMusicArchives.com — the ultimate jazz music online community | MetalMusicArchives.com — the ultimate metal music online community. However, it's drummer Pete Sandoval's performance that takes the cake. There is no classifying it as grindcore, death metal or hardcore-derived thrash, it encompasses all these things and more. factor. It makes the music incredibly energizing, to understate dramatically. Edit Release All Versions of this Release Data Correct . In fact, it has got to be one of the most important metal albums in the history of extreme music. Unlike those bands, Terrorizer was an incredibly tight unit, and didn't need to rely on high velocity to cover any shortcomings in musicianship. The anarchic rigor of the album is the perfect breeding ground for immortal anthems. This album was the fastest thing I'd ever heard at the time, and Pete Sandoval outdid himself! So fast, and grinding besides. Download World Downfall by Terrorizer | eMusic. Jesse Pintado's guitar is thick and nasty, with head-splitting heaviness and a low death metal pitch. Rating: 80/100. This is one of those albums that sounds like the cover art. To begin, the production is excellent. It's the sort of album that manages to stand tall on its aggression alone in spite of all the expansion the sub-genre has experienced since, even when looking at the hyper-intensity and technical wonders of Dying Fetus and Cryptopsy, two bands that were likely familiar with either this album or some of the other handiwork of several of the people involved in it. Man...at the time this album came out, I had heard Morbid Angel and I thought I knew what fast was. The lyrics and the riffage pull heavily from hardcore, specifically Discharge; the lyrics are incensed radical leftist screed -- so much so that it could be considered quite crusty. Gifted with the technical skills, Terrorizer do not create chaotic tracks per se. It also put Pintado’s style on the map as a benchmark in extreme metal, and predicted the Napalm Death that would follow in this album’s wake. We are not talking about Napalm Death’s “Scum”(1987) or Defecation’s “Purity Dilution”(1989); even if those bands were innovators, they had not the same quality of this band. They went more and more into metal territory, and their metal records are all terrible. One of the landmark albums of the late-'80s grindcore uprising, World Downfall is nonetheless one of the least known, because the band only existed long enough to record this one Earache release. Blast beats abound, the lyrics pull no punches, and the shout-along choruses (if you're quick enough to spot them) are utterly bestial. Albums like this one are unique and you cannot overlook them…an incredible masterpiece of brutality. Infestation 15. But Terrorizer is definitely a metal band. World Downfall, an Album by Terrorizer. 1. Released 13 November 1989 on Earache (catalog no. It’s become really clear to me why most Grindcore doesn’t do it for me while Terrorizer kicks ass. It has directly or indirectly influenced just about every grindcore band that formed after it’s release, so anyone who is into grind owes it to Terrorizer to purchase this album anyway. David Vincent on bass and Pete Sandoval on drums. The linup is completed by Jesse Pintado (later to join the godly Napalm Death) on guitar, riffing like a demon, and Pete Sandoval (also of Morbid Angel) on drums, managing to be amazingly speedy without sacrificing technicality. Songs like "Corporation Pull-In" and the title track have (relatively) mid-paced riffs that simply dominate. Genres: Deathgrind, Grindcore. MOSH 16; Vinyl LP). Starting from After World Obliteration song (one of the most famous with Fear of Napalm) ‘till the title track at the end of the album, the band plays fast, brutal and compact; 16 tracks to show everybody their supremacy in this kind of music. I saw them live last year with Nile and they sound exactly like they did in the beginning. It’s become really clear to me why most Grindcore doesn’t do it for me while Terrorizer kicks ass. Repeatedly. 'World Downfall' is a classic. Carcass’s “Reek Of Putrefaction” has the what the fuck?!? Dare I be the first to not relentlessly fellate this album? But if you want an headache as is meant to be, from a great band, take it! BAND-MAID / Warning! Usually the songs are not so short like the other ones in some grind bands and this shows the group’s most death metal side. This album is a monolithic testament to musical and song writing excellence in Extreme Metal and has to be heard to be believed. Rick Rubin and Andy Wallace could definitely have stood to learn much from what was accomplished on here. Grindcore was a real game changer for extreme metal. The decision to publish 16 songs that reflect the uttermost defiance against the usual parameters of the music business is one thing - to execute these pieces in such an excellent way is something different. Either way, Terrorizer know the rules of grindcore and spread left-wing dogmas. The level and rapidity of the blast work on this album has been subject to heavy emulation in the years since, and manages to rival even what Flo Mounier would accomplish in the mid 90s with Cryptopsy. Early Earache releases are prized by extreme metal fans for being classics of the genre, and World Downfall is no exception. Account & Lists Account Returns & Orders. Pintado and Sandoval play together like separated siamese twins. After all this years, this is still the best grindcore (deathgrind) release. Wie gesagt, bleibt "World Downfall" wohl auf alle Zeiten unerreicht, das neue Werk zeigt aber, dass mit TERRORIZER immer noch - oder wieder - zu rechnen sein dürfte. Reviewer: SilentScream213. Which ironically makes me real cheery. World Downfall is by far my favorite Grindcore album of the 80’s. 1. Garcia's vocals on this record are great and they mesh perfectly with the music, even when the songs are reaching tempos beyond comprehension thanks to Sandoval, whose drumming is another highlight of "World Downfall." A classic, pure and simple. The name of this project was Terrorizer, and its heavily consequential debut "World Downfall" stands as one of the crowning achievements of the 80s push for a truly vicious sound. Terrorizer are stuck in a mindset where simple heaviness and speed are able to trump well thought out songwriting with 2006’s Darker Days Ahead falling into the trap as well. His f**ked up voice exactly matches the musical statements. Through the course of death metal's lengthy history, there were some extremely significant tipping points in its evolution that sent shock waves throughout the metal world, not to mention up the spinal cords of every single person hearing them. If for no other reason than it being a talking point within metal, a benchmark of primitivism and extremity by which we measure all our future endeavours. However, despite these allusions, Hordes of Zombies is a rather harmless release. Part of this can be attributed to the mechanized precision and inhuman ferocity of Pete Sandoval's kit work, which is actually even more intense and unrelenting than the insanity that he displayed on "Altars Of Madness". Whirlwind Struggle 14. I don’t think it is. No other "grind" albums save "Horrified" even deserve to be mentioned in the same sentence. Terrorizer’s “World Downfall” does not. About the bass... David Vincent came on loan from Morbid Angel to produce and play bass. That doesn't mean that he didn't know what he was doing on this effort, it just means that there's variety. lautet das Motto seit irgendeinem Dezembertag, an dem ich erstmals die "World Downfall"-CD in den Schacht des Players schob. The great mystique of this album is how utterly massive and nearly flawless it sounds in … Ripped To Shreds 12. Probably Scott Burns' best. Fantastic and made all the more powerful by how tight it is. The maximally intensive triple strike of "Human Prey", "Corporation Pull-In" and "Strategic Warheads" marks the orgasmic climax of the album, but the remaining material ignites a conflagration as well. Tape, Progarchives.com — progressive rock ultimate website, JazzMusicArchives.com — the ultimate jazz music online community, MetalMusicArchives.com — the ultimate metal music online community. Does This Dream Slow Down, Until It Stops? Good thing that most of the songs just featured the music anyway. These busy Hieronymus Bosch style covers would become popular in grindcore, and here it fits perfectly with the colliding rhythms and tempos, and the amorality that the riffs invoke. Every beat of the entire album is executed with absolute precision. The production is amazing, sincerely one of the few decent old school Grind production I’ve ever heard, if not the only one. Featuring sixteen tracks in thrity-six minutes, all being fast, catchy and heavy as hell. Oscar Garcia's vocals are intimidating, incoherent, and perfect! World Downfall is by far my favorite Grindcore album of the 80’s. With one foot in hardcore punk and one foot in death metal, it’s influence can be felt far beyond the obvious. MOSH 16; Vinyl LP). This one was of the first records Scott Burns engineered, and he gave it a great sound, crisp, perfect. Originally written for Nightmare Reality Webzine. Occassionally in one's musical journey, one comes acrossthe perfect album. Do yourself a favour and experience this album. Resurrection 9. Its homogeneous appearance makes it strong. Rating by members, ranked by custom algorithm. It’s become really clear to me why most Grindcore doesn’t do it for me while Terrorizer kicks ass. He had already been involved in great albums such as Death's "Leprosy", Whiplash's "Ticket to Mayhem" and Sepultura's "Schizophrenia" and Terrorizer profited from his experience. His playing is mind-boggling; hyper-fast, yet incredibly precise. I might do it for another week. The guitars are thick and dense, the drums are decent, and the bass is as ugly and fuzzed out as the guitar is, a GOOD thing, especially when the bass is manned by the one and only David "Evil D" Vincent. Read and write album reviews for World Downfall - Terrorizer on AllMusic They make the music seem to disintegrate into pure brutality every time they come in. The mighty and malicious guitar work with its minimum of variation and the almost robotic yet devastating double bass create an infernal cocktail and songs like "After World Obliteration", "Need to Live" or the title track express the pure disgust about lying politicians, puppets of the military industry and society in general. Featured peformers: Pete Sandoval (drums), David Vincent (aka_text {bass guitar} role_id 1075.aka_text, vocals, producer), Oscar Garcia (vocals), Jesse Pintado (lead guitar), Scott Burns (engineer). Terrorizer, took the early grindcore sounds from across the ocean and injected a dose of thrash intensity, as well as some minor death metal attributes which resulted in one of the most influential grind albums ever in "World Downfall." Scott Burns, honing the techniques required for extreme metal, produces a razor sharp sound that captures every bass hit and allows the snare to cut through perfectly. I think that 'World Downfall' has everything that a death/grind band should incorporate in their outputs--originality, short songs and right to the point. World Downfall is regarded as one of the most influential grindcore albums ever: it showcases crunchy, heavily distorted guitar riffs and extremely fast and precise blast beats in addition to growling, harsh vocals and lyrics dealing with social issues, features that would become a standard among grindcore music. You know nothing unless you have this album in your collection, kids. Edit Release All Versions of this Release New Submission . It remains a matter of speculation. Sometimes the band sounds like a brutal death metal one for the intensity and violence and all the members do a very good job. It doesn't matter if they're songs like "Storm of Stress" or "Injustice" that last just a little more than a minute, they're just as effective as tracks like "After World Obliteration" or "Dead Shall Rise" that make it past the three minute mark. It's got a pretty decent production sound here with Earache, where most top notch bands in this era originated. Don't get me wrong, I love that shit, but the words in and of themselves are not especially standout. The production is spectacular, clear and perfect; the bass playing is sort of more or less irrelevant. While still played at breakneck speed, the songs were longer, more complex, and held their instrumental definition better than most grind of the time. And now let’s get into the songs: there’s not a single one that makes you want to press the “next” button, they’re all absolutely kick-ass and worth-listening. How do I sing thy praise? The character of the sound heard on here is fairly close to the thudding, stone-crushing character of Death's "Leprosy" (another of his many studio children), but the drum work manages to come through with a greater level of clarity. The death/grind is reminiscent of Napalm Death's 'From Enslavement To Obliteration' and 'Scum', not surprising that they recruited him as guitarist on their future releases, ND I'm referring to. I don’t know, man, how does a grind/death fan objectively review a new TERRORIZER album in 2012? I could pick the songs apart, but why? Pintado has, at the same time, a strong and raw guitar sound with typical hardcore and death influences in it. Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, metalheads and metalheadesses, death/grind supergroup Terrorizer's one and only album to date is such a record. So in that respect, they're all over the place. Highlights CHARTS. EMUSIC TOKEN. Looking at the individual members, Oscar Garcia (of Nausea) takes lead vocals, sounding like a cross between John Trady and (early) Max Cavalera. Terrorizer: World Downfall ‎ (Cass, Album) Earache: MOSH 16MC: UK: 1989: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r2584177] Release. Example: the beginning mid-paced groove of "Fear of Napalm", one of the album's many memorable riffs. 1. TERRORIZER may never again reach the levels of their legendary debut album, World Downfall, but times have changed, and this band have also changed massively. This is not the soundtrack to a massacre. This mix is explosive, fancy and extremely catchy, making you handbang all around the room. Terrorizer‘s World Downfall was a one-off project by members of Napalm Death and Morbid Angel, which went on to become a seminal, timeless classic and helped shape the “grind” scene for years to come. Real quick: this is the perfect crossover record. Sign Up Sign In Hi, Member since Balance Plan: … 다른 무슨 설명이 필요한가?? And it is remarkably precise when compared to the Napalm Deaths and Carcasses of the same era. Oscar Garcia has a deep, harsh growl (about halfway between Jeff Becerra and Symphonies of Sickness-era Jeff Walker) that really sets the atmosphere of death and despair, two of the more dominant lyrical subjects on here. But whatever limitations it places on music, its appeal has remained surprisingly durable. Oh, man, do I like how the first song here, “Turbulence”, starts, Terrorizer immediately sounding more vital, more alive, more grind, than they have since their classic 1989 World Downfall debut. No Bolt Thrower-syndrome on exhibition here, all the tracks are different enough to be individual yet keep that common thread running through to make the album consistent. An album you need to listen to or forever be considered a poseur. Standing head and decomposing shoulders above the rest of the album though is the legendary "Dead Shall Rise". Was its name the impulse for Jesse Pintado (R.I.P.) You think you know grind? It's a genre where vocals are more an instrument than a medium for delivering lyrics. "The rich get rich, the poor stay poor, working hard, all for nothing" - these simple statements sound rather stupid, but they work excellently in the context of this album. His music started a genre...but that doesn’t make him the best example of the genre in the same way that the first car ever built was not the best one ever built. Clocking in at just a little over 36 minutes with 16 tracks, this album is a shot, no make that a few shots of adrenaline to the listener. factor”. Everything about it, from the vocals to the production, is absolutely faultless. Terrorizer's secret of success was the band members could actually play their instruments. Drummer Pete "Commando" Sandoval and bass player/vocalist David Vincent both played with Morbid Angel, while guitarist Jesse Pintado later joined Napalm Death. I don’t like silly/humorous music, which a fa.. I actually enjoy some of their later releases a lot more than this one. This band was heavy, fast, and knew rhythm and grind more than any other band at the time (if ever!). His tremolo picking style is top notch and he definitely hacked it even in the early days with this band. Terrorizer: World Downfall ‎ (CD, Album, Blu) Earache: MOSH 16CD: UK: Unknown: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r4106937] Release. Storm Of Stress 3. His relentless blasting was as tight and lethal as it got for me and not much else tops it to this day. This may not cover much new ground or be massively original, but at what they do they are damn good and you don’t want anything else from a band like TERRORIZER. So you’ll end up hearing everything Terrorizer have to offer before you end up hearing Terrorizer. Kill The Client’s “Cleptocracy” has the what the fuck?!? Skip to main content.sg. Released in November 1989 on Earache (catalog no. Released 13 November 1989 on Earache (catalog no. It captured black lightning in a whiskey bottle and was a truly special release. After World Obliteration 2. This album lacks that sense of chaos and blitzkrieg fury. But to be sure, "World Downfall" is a collective effort and the punishing yet simple thrashing riff work of Jesse Pintado, the steady bass thud of David Vincent and the guttural yet still intelligible grunts and barks of Oscar Garcia mold this thing into a veritable killing machine. Pete Sandoval's drumming ensures - where necessary - that no one leaves alive. Especially the A side is bewildering, because some songs seem to flow into each other while one merciless riff hunts the other. Listen to the many drum fills on the opening track, or any other for that matter. But the band has even more to offer. It’s dual heritage also led to a bizarre binary choice for lyricists, politics or gore, and never the twain shall meet. World Downfall is the complete package. Terrorizer played grind, but not so fast that it was a blur all the time; they had slower riffs with a more punk feel mixed in, and this is what makes this album such a deadly force to this day--the fact that they have dynamics and actual songs and riffs as opposed to mindless blasting and sludgy downtuned guitars that are so low you can't make out any riffs. No egomaniacal guitar solos disturb the denunciation of more or less each and every convention. MOSH 16; Vinyl LP). This little beast of an LP not only marked a radical shift towards a more dangerous sound that is milked by the most brutal of modern bands, but it also simultaneously manages to sound remarkably time appropriate for 1989 in spite of itself. Pete at the drums, with his perfect blast beats, is unbelievable, fast as a train for the period. The vocals are low and fit perfectly with the guitar tone and overall speed and urgency. World Downfall [Vinyl] TERRORIZER: Amazon.sg: Music. "World Downfall" is the perfect album for those that are new to, or want to give grindcore a chance as it is definitely the pinnacle of the entire genre and can only be rivaled by Repulsion's masterpiece "Horrified," but that discussion is for another day. Grindcore often has been dismissed as a genre of messy blastbeats and ugly vocals and imagery. Rating: 85/100. They work with high precision - but exactly this precision in details opens the door to a sometimes confusing and more or less chaotic overall impression. 'World Downfall' is one of those albums often namedropped by Extreme Metal fans to grab a little kudos among their peers, and so they should. It’s a good one. Amid the pioneering works that were "Seven Churches", "Scream Bloody Gore", "In Battle There Is No Law", "Slowly We Rot" and "Altars Of Madness" in the mid to late 80s stands a horse of a somewhat different color, or more specifically, one tied in pretty heavily with the parallel grindcore genre making waves at around the same time. I have been listening to this record for a week straight. So let's concentrate on this masterpiece which was produced by Dave Vincent and engineered by the very competent Scott Burns. A lot of faster tempos which are characteristic of these kinds of bands. "Corporation Pull-In" and "Whirlwind Struggle" are my favorites, but I mention that only so that you get an idea what the titles are like. 16 tracks under 40 minutes (not falling under than 1 minute or being longer than 4 minutes) and NO fillers. Reviewer: 휘루. (Official Music Video), BAND-MAID / Manners (Official Music Video), Straight Shot Home - Time Traveler (Official Video), OSAKA PUNCH - Eat Red Carpet [OFFICIAL LIVE MUSIC VIDEO], STARSCAPE - Single and lyric video [heavy metal]. Terrorizer were, after all, the first American band to fuse thrash with death metal. God no. 2020-11-01 SilentScream213. It doesn’t help that whilst the riffs are good, they also just sound like what you’d expect from combining slayer and discharge, and there are loads of bands around these days with that formula. Featured peformers: Pete Sandoval (drums), David Vincent (bass guitar, vocals, producer), Oscar Garcia (vocals), Jesse Pintado (lead guitar), Scott Burns (engineer). Grindcore with a little bit of Death Metal: that’s the formula for this masterpiece by legendary Terrorizer. This album does and will continue to prove to legions of metalheads that grindcore has a permanent place in metal and can't always be taken lightly. Personally I just find this band mediocre. It’s no wonder Napalm Death poached Pintado and headed in a similar direction with their sound. 2021, Who can we expect new albums from this year? The name of this project was Terrorizer, and its heavily consequential debut "World Downfall" stands as one of the crowning achievements of the 80s push for a truly vicious sound. If the vocals were better, I would've given this probably a perfect score. Need To Live 11. They should be remembered as one of the grindcore greats for good reason. There are not 20 seconds songs and every track has a refrain that captures you, so as to mark out each one of them. Anyway the best are (in my opinion, obviously): Storm of Stress, Corporation Pull-In, Need to Live, Ripped to Shreds, Injustice, Infestation, and Dead Shall Rise. Ohren hat, wenn ihr Name fällt. 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