Carnage the Executioner

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Carnage the Executioner
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Carnage the Executioner performing live.
Background information
Birth name Terrell Woods
Also known as Carnage
Born 1974 (age 43–44)
Origin Twin Cities, Minnesota
Genres Alternative hip hop
Occupation(s) Rapper, beatboxer, producer
Years active 1996–present
Labels Hecatomb Industries, Fill in the Breaks
Associated acts Ill Chemistry, Saltee, Carnage & the Last Band Standin'

Terrell Woods (born 1974),[1] better known by his stage name Carnage the Executioner, is an American rapper from Twin Cities, Minnesota.[2] He is also part of the groups such as Ill Chemistry and Saltee.[3]

He was chosen by City Pages as one of the "Top 20 best Minnesota rappers" in 2012.[4]


Carnage the Executioner released Sense of Sound, a collaborative album with producer Booka B, in 2007.[1] His first solo album, Worth the Wait, was released in 2011.[5] He released Respect the Name in 2012.[6]



  • This Is Where We Were (2006) (with Face Candy)
  • Sense of Sound (2007) (with Booka B)
  • Worth the Wait (2011)
  • Ill Chemistry (2012) (with Desdamona, as Ill Chemistry)
  • Respect the Name (2012)
  • The MN Mean Movement (2016)


Guest appearances[edit]

  • Twisted Linguistics - "Predatory" from Project Astral (2001)
  • Oliver Hart - "Coaches" from The Many Faces of Oliver Hart (2002)
  • Eyedea & Abilities - "Star Destroyer" from E&A (2004)
  • Icon the Mic King - "Off with His Head" from Rent Money Music II: C-Notes for the Car Note (2007)
  • Illuminous 3 - "Mind Bender" from Room (2008)
  • Kristoff Krane - "Empathy Makes Machine" from This Will Work for Now (2008)
  • The Demise of Marilyn Handsome - "At Least" and "Twenty One" from The Demise of Marilyn Handsome (2010)
  • Atmosphere - "It Ain't the Prettiest" (2013)
  • Antioch - "Mason Jars" from King of the Forest (2014)
  • Cas One Vs Figure - "Lone Wolves" from "So Our Egos Don't Kill Us" (2017)


  1. ^ a b Gage, Jeff (September 5, 2012). "Carnage the Executioner comes into his own". City Pages. Archived from the original on 2014-07-29. 
  2. ^ RiemenSchneider, Chris (September 6, 2012). "The Big Gigs for week of 9/7". Star Tribune. 
  3. ^ Gage, Jeff (September 6, 2012). "Desdamona on Ill Chemistry, her hip hop collaboration with Carnage". City Pages. Archived from the original on 2014-07-29. 
  4. ^ Gage, Jeff (May 24, 2012). "Top 20 best Minnesota rappers: #10-1". City Pages. Archived from the original on 2014-09-19. 
  5. ^ Roberts, Chris (February 7, 2011). "Veteran Minneapolis rapper tells his own story". MPR News. 
  6. ^ Maloney, Patrick (February 28, 2013). "Executing Greatness - Local rapper Carnage the Executioner demands your respect". Minnesota Daily. 

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