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TERRORIZER - DARKER DAYS AHEAD - CENTURY MEDIA  
After World Downfall comes Darker Days Ahead. Seventeen years after the seminal grindcore album World Downfall, which featured Morbid Angel’s David Vincent (here replaced by another Morbid Angel member, Tony Norman) and Nausea’s Oscar Garcia, a revamped line-up has answered the persistent call for a follow-up album with this release. Certainly, after all the mea culpas expressing a lack of time or music it is a surprise that a new Terrorizer album has seen the light of day, but is the music up to par? The answer, largely, is yes. The band has managed to write and record an album that lives up to its predecessor brimming with blasting drums, guttural vocals, grinding guitars and a raw and uncompromised production. The line-up has also included a version of Dead Shall Rise on this disc as a nod to continuity. For whatever reason Darker Days Ahead reminds this writer more of Righteous Pigs than the original Terrorizer, although that neither negates nor contradicts the true grind nature of this album. With the death of guitarist Jesse Pintando recently Darker Days Ahead takes on a literal meaning beyond the doomsday scenario envisaged in the cover artwork, music and lyrics. - Ali “The Metallian”




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