Terrorizer cause destruction on new song, “Caustic Attack”

Get ready for some epic grindcore.

Terrorizer have shared the title track off their forthcoming studio album, Caustic Attack—and it’s gonna create some major hearing damage if you’re not careful. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.

Intense from the get-go, “Caustic Attack” packs pummeling drums, face-melting riffs and Sam Molina’s hair-raising screams into a single minute. That’s right, just 60 seconds of gruesome grindcore and nothing more. It recalls that iconic Napalm Death blitzkrieg, “You suffer, but why?”

Caustic Attack, landing October 12, is the outfit’s first offering since 2012’s Hordes of Zombies. The record features 14 songs produced by Jason Suecof, who’s worked with bands such as Trivium, God Forbid and The Black Dahlia Murder.

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According to a report by Blabbermouth, guitarist Lee Harrison calls the album a “punisher” and “unrelenting.” And if “Caustic Attack” is any indication, then we’re in for a wild ride.

Stream the song here:

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