World Downfall

Terrorizer - World Downfall
Critic Score
Based on 1 review
User Score
Based on 45 ratings
1989 Ratings: #38
Liked by 11 people
November 13, 1989 / Release Date
LP / Format
Earache / Label
Deathgrind / Genres
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CRITIC REVIEWS

90
AllMusic

World Downfall has grown in stature over time and is regularly cited as a grindcore classic.

CactusGuyMan
NR

fucking Pete going banas on the drums. It is almost comical how he is compared to everyone else on this record. ONLY Pete gets my love (and occasionally the guitarist for being cool)

notbuzzzila
100

Absolute grindcore classic. An essential listen for anyone even remotely interesting in getting into the genre.

SilentScream213
84

World Downfall is by far my favorite Grindcore album of the 80’s. It’s become really clear to me why most Grindcore doesn’t do it for me while Terrorizer kicks ass.

1. I don’t like silly/humorous music, which a fair portion of Grindcore is. This means lyrically and sonically – Terrorizer is full of hardcore riffs and angry, pessimistic messages that mesh well with the chaotic, manic wall of aggression.

2. Unlike most Punk genres, if you want to play Grindcore, ... read more

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Track List

  1. After World Obliteration
  2. Storm of Stress
  3. Fear of Napalm
  4. Human Prey
  5. Corporation Pull-In
  6. Strategic Warheads
  7. Condemned System
  8. Resurrection
  9. Enslaved by Propaganda
  10. Need to Live
  11. Ripped to Shreds
  12. Injustice
  13. Whirlwind Struggle
  14. Infestation
  15. Dead Shall Rise
  16. World Downfall
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Added on: August 2, 2016