Artillery - Terror Squad


8.2 | 97 votes |
Release date: 1987
Style: Thrash metal

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01. The Challenge
02. In The Trash
03. Terror Squad
04. Let There Be Sin
05. Hunger And Greed
06. Therapy
07. At War With Science
08. Decapitation Of Deviants

Line-up
Flemming Rönsdorf - vocals
Jørgen Sandau - guitars
Michael Stützer - guitar
Carsten N. Nielsen - drums
Morten Stützer - bass

Additional info
Label: Neat Records

Producers: Nis Bogvad and Lars O. Christiansen
Recorded: September-October 1986, El Sound, Copenhagen, Denmark

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02.12.2010 - 08:28
Rating: 9
JÄY
Metal slave
The remastered edition of this has twice the songs!
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02.12.2010 - 08:33
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Written by JÄY on 02.12.2010 at 08:28

The remastered edition of this has twice the songs!


Which if I remember correctly comes only as part of the Through The Years boxset, and cannot be bought separately.
And as for those extra tracks are only demo tracks.
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27.01.2011 - 22:33
Rating: 9
JÄY
Metal slave
I prolly wouldda rated this a 10, if it wasnt for By Inheritance. Just fucking great thrash...no tough guy bullshit...plenty of melody!
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12.04.2011 - 14:44
fabregassed
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Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 02.12.2010 at 08:33

Written by JÄY on 02.12.2010 at 08:28

The remastered edition of this has twice the songs!


Which if I remember correctly comes only as part of the Through The Years boxset, and cannot be bought separately.
And as for those extra tracks are only demo tracks.


No you get those tracks in a digipak version too. But i didn't even rip the extra tracks onto my computer they're just demos.
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21.08.2011 - 17:16
ErnilEnNaur
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Written by Guest on 12.04.2011 at 14:44

No you get those tracks in a digipak version too. But i didn't even rip the extra tracks onto my computer they're just demos.


That's still better than some remastered metal albums that come not with bonus tracks, but with interviews, "Holy Diver" for example. Worst idea ever.
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18.05.2012 - 00:34
Rating: 8
musicalkaratekid
Better than the band's debut for its clearer production, and the vocals seem to be much more refined. I don't think the music itself is anything special, but the guitar work as usual is excellently handled.
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03.12.2012 - 14:40
Illog1cal
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Improvement on the debut for sure. The songs are starting to become songs rather than a collection of riffs.
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