Terror Squad is the second album by Danish thrash metal band Artillery. It was originally released in 1987 by Neat Records. The Challenge" – 4:13. In the Thrash" – 4:47. Terror Squad" – 5:47. Let There Be Sin" – 3:53. Hunger and Greed" – 5:04. At War with Science" – 7:10. Flemming Rönsdorf : Vocals. Michael Stützer : Lead Guitars. Jørgen Sandau : Rhythm Guitars. Morten Stützer : Bass. Carsten Nielsen : Drums.
Artillery's first album, 1985's Fear of Tomorrow, had already lost a little something in terms of wild spontaneity when compared to their heavily traded tape demos, but its 1987 successor, Terror Squad, though blessed with improved production, proved to be even more regimented and overwrought.
Album Name Terror Squad. Erscheinungsdatum 24 April 1987. Musik GenreThrash Metal. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen90. 5. At War with Science.
The Album (Terror Squad album). The Album is the debut recording studio album by Terror Squad. Production was contributed by JuJu, The Infinite Arkatechz, Buckwild, and Armageddon as well as The Alchemist. The LP has sold over 250,000 copies to date.
Terror Squad: The Album. Terror Squad: The Album'. lbum de estudio de Terror Squad. 21 de septiembre de 1999. Terror Squad: The Album es el álbum debut del grupo Terror Squad, en el que se incluye el éxito "Whatcha Gon Do?". El álbum vendió unas 25. 00 copias.
Terror Squad is that second album and despite its godawful album art it accomplishes a few new things for the band, and unfortunately fails to accomplish others, which ended up making the album a notch below the debut. Luckily, this 8-song collection is still strong and saw Artillery treading some new ground and adding some more weapons to their musical arsenal. One noticeable addition to the sound that was established on Fear of Tomorrow was the added variety in riffs
Terror Squad was an American hip hop collective that was first established in 1998. Based in The Bronx borough of New York City, the members of Terror Squad collectively debuted on a song in member Fat Joe’s album Don Cartagena.
Their album Terror Squad is considered to be the bands yet only best overall album, the guitar work sounds raw, monstrous and brutal but it sounds very cool. The wall of guitars makes the base to fade away, at some moments you can hear some of the bass lines but not much. The drums are like any other thrash metal drummers, it is intensive and fast. The lyrics is also like any other thrash metal bands lyrics, it doesn’t make any sense, they sing about things that is pointless like every religion is bad and that you have to have some good looks to succeed in life