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New World Disorder


  • 1. Resist
    2. Switchback
    3. Salvation
    4. End of My Rope
    5. All for None
    6. Breakdown
    7. Inner Fear On
    8. Abandon in Place
    9. Skin
    10. Camouflage
    11. Decline
    12. Cycle of Abuse
    13. Dogs of War
    14. New World Disorder
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 5460322

  • Credits
    ProducerEd Stasium
    EngineerEd Stasium

    NEW WORLD DISORDER is an Enhanced CD which contains regular audio tracks and multimedia computer files.
    Biohazard: Billy Graziadei (vocals, guitar); Evan Seinfeld (vocals, bass); Rob Echeverris (guitar); Danny Schuler (drums).
    Additional personnel: Sticky Fingaz (vocals); Christian Olde Wolbers (bass); Igor Cavalera (percussion).
    Recorded at Right Track and Baby Monster, New York, New York; A & M Studios, Los Angeles, California.
    Recording information: A&M Studios, Hollywood, CA; Baby Monster, New York, NY; Right Track, New York, NY.
    DISORDER is Biohazard's fifth and heaviest album to date. The band that pioneered the hardcore/hip hop genre a few years ago on the JUDGEMENT NIGHT soundtrack squashes all the competition and takes the genre to the next level on this album. The Brooklyn quartet delivers a dark, aggressive album seething with urban angst. "Skin" deals with realizing you're in a bad relationship and taking the steps to move on.
    "End Of My Rope" focuses on the frustrations of life and the suicide option. The title track and "Dogs Of War" are the standout political songs on the record, with rappers Onyx adding their form of vocal brutality to the latter. Drawing from Suicidal Tendencies, Public Enemy and Bad Brains, Biohazard can't really join metal's "resurgence" because they have been keeping the genre's flame alive all the while. DISORDER keeps it real and does not disappoint.

  • Critic Reviews
    Q (7/99, p.104) - 3 stars (out of 5) - "...Direct and focused, this could be the one that pushes Biohazard up to the Sepultura/Pantera level of success."
    New Music Monthly (7/99, p.46) - "...[BIOHAZARD] should reclaim its title as champion of the metal-core ring with NEW WORLD DISORDER....[combining] social consciousness - the lyrics focus on life in warzone-like Brooklyn - with choppy, metallic riffs..."
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