TERROR UNIVERSAL Featuring ILL NIÑO Members: New Video Interviews Posted Online

TERROR UNIVERSAL Featuring ILL NIÑO Members: New Video Interviews Posted Online

The AU Review and Music Feeds conducted separate interviews with TERROR UNIVERSAL, the "horror metal" band featuring ILL NIÑO members Dave Chavarri (drums; who also previously played with SOULFLY) and Ahrue Luster (guitar; formerly of MACHINE HEAD), during the year's Soundwave festival in Australia. Check out the footage below.

TERROR UNIVERSAL's song "Welcome To Hell" was mixed by Eddie Wohl (ANTHRAX, CRADLE OF FILTH, ILL NIÑO) and is taken from the band's EP, "Reign Of Terror", which is available now in Australia on 3Wise Records.

"We are here to inflict terror and fear upon the masses. Our thirst for blood is eternal," bellows drummer Massacre. Equally horrific lead guitarist Diabolus wants you to know: "We are TERROR UNIVERSAL. We are everything that you loathe and we are everything that you fear. We have come to take/devour your souls."

TERROR UNIVERSAL is:

Vocals: Rott
Drums: Massacre
Lead Guitar: Diabolus
Guitars: Thrax

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