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Low is the sixth studio album by American heavy metal band Testament. It was released on September 30, 1994. It was the first Testament release not to feature two of its founding members Alex Skolnick (guitar) and Louie Clemente (drums). Background: Low would be Testament's last album with Atlantic Records, leading group members to create their own label Burnt Offerings Inc. as part of the change. The record was recorded with original band members Chuck Billy (vocals), Eric Peterson (guitar… read more

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  • Avatar for Samson-91
    Probably their weakest album but is still an enjoyable listen anyway. Not exactly the thrash of old but they didn't go the radio friendly route of some bands. So, yeah, what Peace_Sells86 said here was a pure true.
  • Avatar for Disvisonpunk86
    another amazing classic fucking groove record thrash madness ;) \\m/
  • Avatar for Peace_Sells86
    Probably their weakest album but is still an enjoyable listen anyway. Not exactly the thrash of old but they didn't go the radio friendly route of some bands.
  • Avatar for Wacke666
    Probably the Testament album that I listen to the most these days. I just totally dig their groove on this album, like a bit Pantera and Machine Head but still very much Testament. This album sure was a great evolution for the band musically.
  • Avatar for nlventura93
    Best thrash album of the 90's.
  • Avatar for Phyllobius
    This is from a time when thrash metal bands tried to produce albums that were "different" somehow (1993/94) - and Testament did a great job.
  • Avatar for BlackPanther6
    Great Album.
  • Avatar for Vicarious_Lord
    The last of their classic era, a fantastic note to finish on :)
  • Avatar for Dario97
    This is their best sounding record ever \m/
  • Avatar for airairairhair
    Agree with MrChimney. Solid from start to finish. One of the most inspired TestAment albums next to The New Order. You have to mention The contributions of the legendary James Murphy on his leads and his writing additions to a few tracks like Hail Mary. Pure killer.

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