The Swedish grindcore band was formed by several experiences scenesters in 2001 and soon signed with France’s Listenable. The album was recorded at Soundlab Studio and featured Dan Swanö on backing vocals. Singer Tobbe Eng had left the fold before the recording. The album was released in the vinyl format in 2006 and the band continued to play locally.
JIGSORE TERROR - WORLD END CARNAGE - LISTENABLE
If the album's back cover proclamation is to be believed Jigsore Terror "play grindcore the way it was meant to be." Indeed the Swedes' monicker is probably taken from two of the genre's stalwarts, namely Carcass and Terrorizer. Those bands, along with Napalm Death, are names that come to mind upon soaking in the blast-o-rama that is Jigsore Terror, but the trio is not as purely grindcore as it believes. Listen to the song Reeking Death or Scattered Cranial Remains, for instance, and tell me it doesn't sound like God Macabre. Apparently, the boys bear a certain death metal influence as well. Of course, the former song's title could be a clue itself. Otherwise, on World End Carnage, one song is pretty as head-ripping as the next. - Ali "The Metallian"