Well as if there was such a thing, we'll call this a hidden gem from the gilded age of Death Metal's Pre-history.
In a time when Metallica's Kill'Em All was the heaviest album recorded to date, death metal was born.
There was an age that existed before the "wider" world knew of death metal. Before bands like Death, Master, and Carcass had yet to record an album.
This era of the early 1980's is largely forgotten because many of these bands fell through the cracks. Terminal Death is one of those bands.
The 20 tracks on this album up for review was recorded in three sessions: a demo and two rehearsals. In some places, it sounds as though the album was recorded on a boom box with the amplifiers in a circle. I know this sound because I've done it....