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With legendary blast drummer Pete Sandoval ready to revive TERRORIZER for another momentous grinding onslaught,  the groundbreaking band have united with The End Records for the release of their long-anticipated new full-length, Caustic Attack. Produced by Jason Suecof (Deicide, All That Remains, Kataklysm, Battlecross) at Audiohammer Studios in Sanford, Florida and featuring the apocalyptic cover art of Timbul Cahyono (Rotting Corpse, Pyrexia), the record serves as the band’s first studio offering in six years.

“The original TERRORIZER didn’t have solos, so we took the same approach,” Lee Harrison says. “It was just riff after killer riff. That was an interesting challenge for me – to keep the music fresh without relying on solos. But the great thing about not having solos is it allows us to keep a dense sound as a three-piece. When you put leads in there, you need a second guitar or else the bottom falls out. Staying a three-piece makes it easier to travel and tour, and we didn’t want to mess with that formula.”
Now that Sandoval is devoting all his time and effort to TERRORIZER (he left Morbid Angel in 2013), he plans to tour extensively and then record another album. The six-year curse is officially broken.

“It feels so great to be back playing every day,” Sandoval says. “I worked really hard on my recovery and all that work is really paying off now because when I play these songs I feel the same way I did in 1990 or 2000. I feel young again and I can play with no problem. And that’s hard to do because this new album has a lot of changes, double-bass, fast blast beats. You name it.”

TERRORIZER’s Caustic Attack will see release via The End Records this fall. Further details including track teasers to be unveiled in the coming weeks. In the meantime you can never get enough World Downfall, a stone cold mandatory classic that still smokes most stuff released now.

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The great thing about metal is, right when all the mindfulness practice in the world fails and you want to punch your steering wheel, neighbor or television, haha). The best thing I’ve heard all day is Noisem‘s cover of Slayer‘s “Aggressive Perfector” plus a Terrorizer and Cannibal Corpse over on the A389 label bandcamp. Did I mention there is also a new original song “Consuming” that is two minutes of audio awesome?

Check it out HERE.

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Music Video: Terrorizer – “Hordes of Zombies”

Posted by SeanB on Tuesday, March 13, 2012 at 6:52 AM (PST)

We told you about it months ago, and it’s finally here in all of its glory.  I’m talking about the video for L.A. grindcore act Terrorizer‘s new song, “Hordes of Zombies” of course, and actually it’s right here not over there.

The song is taken from their recent release on Season of Mist also called Hordes of Zombies.  This is also the band’s first video and includes some of the first footage of legendary drummer Pete Sandoval after his well publicized back surgery.

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More New Music: Terrorizer – “Hordes of Zombies”

Posted by NichTheHair on Monday, February 6, 2012 at 12:06 PM (PST)

Los Angeles grindcore act Terrorizer premiere the title track from their upcoming release Hordes of Zombies today. This release will be their label debut on Season of Mist, reuniting founding members Pete Sandoval and David Vincent. Also, the band has filmed a video for the song to coincide with the release of Hordes of Zombies, which will be available February 28th.

Click here to listen to Hordes of Zombies.

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Terrorizer shoot video for title track off new album “Hordes of Zombies”

Posted by SeanB on Thursday, January 12, 2012 at 8:17 AM (PST)

L.A. grindcore maniacs Terrorizer just shot a video for the title track to their new album, Hordes of Zombies.  Terrorizer frontman Anthony “Wolf” Rezhawk recently told Molten Magazine, “It’ll have the band pretty much playing in a studio with footage of different things representing the concept.”

The band is planning on making the video available online February 28 to coincide with the North American release of Hordes Of Zombies.  The album is being released through french label Season of Mist.

Click here for a track listing off the new album.

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New Music: Terrorizer “Subterfuge”

Posted by Fireball13 on Wednesday, January 11, 2012 at 10:34 AM (PST)

California grinders Terrorizer are streaming “Subterfuge” which is the first track off their upcoming album “Hordes Of Zombies.” The album is set to be released on February 28th via Season of Mist.

“Subterfuge” is packed with Terrorizer’s signature crushing riffs and relentless blast beats. Click here to listen to the new track.

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Terrorizor releasing new album “Hordes Of Zombies”

Posted by Fireball13 on Thursday, November 24, 2011 at 2:51 PM (PST)

California grinders Terrorizer have released some more details about their upcoming album. The title of the new album is “Hordes Of Zombies” and it is set to be released on February 24, 2012 via Season of Mist. In North America, it will be released February 28th.

“Hordes Of Zombies” is the band’s third full-length album. Their last album, “Darker Days Ahead,” was released in 2006 via Century Media.

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Terrorizer releasing upcoming album, sign to Season Of Mist

Posted by Fireball13 on Wednesday, June 15, 2011 at 11:47 AM (PST)

Los Angeles grindcore band Terrorizer is set to release their as-yet-untitled upcoming album in early 2012. The band’s 2011 line-up consists of Commando Pete Sandoval on drums, Wolf (a.k.a. Anthony Rezhawk) on vocals, David Vincent (Morbid Angel) on bass and Katina Culture (Resident Culture) replacing the late Jesse Pintado on guitar.

Terrorizer has signed to Season Of Mist. The band issued the following statement about the signing,

“We are happy to team up with SoM for the worldwide release of the next TERRORIZER album! We are currently finishing the recordings and expect to mix down the record after the summer! We are also determined to finally bring TERRORIZER on tour all over the globe next year to support the album’s release.”

The band’s last full-length album was “Darker Days Ahead,” which was released in 2006 on Century Media Records.

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Posted by Lucas Riot on Wednesday, August 4, 2010 at 2:47 AM (PST)
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