Terrorizer Stream New Album “Caustic Attack”

Terrorizer are streaming their new album “Caustic Attack“ in full. That effort will be released on October 12.

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Terrorizer Premiere New Song “Caustic Attack”

Terrorizer have premiered a new song titled “Caustic Attack.“ This is the title track of the band’s new album, which will be released on October 12.

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Terrorizer Premiere New Song “Invasion”

Terrorizer have premiered a new song titled “Invasion.“ This track is from the band’s new “Caustic Attack,“ which will be released on October 12. Guitarist Lee Harrison commented:

“We are proud to finally unveil the new track from ‘Caustic Attack‘. We made sure this album is unrelenting and ‘Invasion’ is a good start on the journey. This album is a punisher so be warned. A short and fast blasting dose of Pete Sandoval in his element. We look forward to playing this one live.”

[via Decibel]

Terrorizer To Release New Album “Caustic Attack” In The Fall

Terrorizer have signed a new deal with The End Records and are planning to release their new album “Caustic Attack“ through the label in the fall. That effort was recorded with producer Jason Suecof.

Drummer Pete Sandoval (ex-Morbid Angel, etc.) said the folllowing:

“It feels so great to be back playing every day. 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.”

Guitarist Lee Harrison also commented:

“The original Terrorizer didn’t have solos, so we took the same approach. 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.”