The Unholy Terror

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The Unholy Terror
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Studio album by Army of the Pharaohs
Released March 30, 2010
Genre Hip hop, horrorcore
Label Babygrande / Enemy Soil
associated with Demigodz Records
Army of the Pharaohs chronology
Ritual of Battle
(2007)
The Unholy Terror
(2010)
In Death Reborn
(2014)
Singles from The Unholy Terror
  1. "Contra Mantra"
  2. "Godzilla"
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
ThaCorner 3.5/5 stars[2]
HipHopDX 3.5/5 stars[3]

The Unholy Terror is the third studio album by underground hip hop collective Army of the Pharaohs. The album was released on March 30, 2010. The album debuted in the Billboard 200 at number 179 selling 3,200 units in its first week of release.[4] The album welcomes two new members: Block McCloud and Journalist.

Track listing[edit]

# Title Producer(s) Performer(s)
1 "Agony Fires" Crown
2 "Ripped to Shreds" Aktone
  • First verse: Celph Titled
  • Second verse: Demoz
  • Third verse: Vinnie Paz
  • Chorus: Demoz
3 "Bust 'Em In" Celph Titled
  • First verse: Reef the Lost Cauze
  • Second verse: Apathy
  • Third verse: Celph Titled
  • Chorus: Celph Titled, Vinnie Paz
4 "Prisoner" Undefined
  • First verse: Planetary
  • Second verse: Doap Nixon
  • Third verse: Demoz
  • Fourth verse: Vinnie Paz
5 "Godzilla" Grand Finale
  • First verse: Celph Titled
  • Second verse: Jus Allah
  • Third verse: Apathy
  • Fourth verse: Planetary
  • Fifth verse: King Magnetic
  • Sixth verse: Vinnie Paz
6 "Suplex" Vanderslice
  • First verse: Des Devious
  • Second verse: Demoz
  • Third verse: King Syze
  • Fourth verse: Vinnie Paz
  • Chorus: Demoz
7 "Contra Mantra" DC the Midi Alien
  • First verse: Crypt the Warchild
  • Second verse: Esoteric
  • Third verse: Celph Titled
  • Chorus: Planetary
8 "Drenched in Blood" MTK
  • First verse: Planetary
  • Second verse: Demoz
  • Third verse: Crypt the Warchild
  • Fourth verse: King Syze
  • Fifth verse: Vinnie Paz
9 "Spaz Out" JbL the Titan
  • First verse: Apathy
  • Second verse: King Magnetic
  • Third verse: Esoteric
  • Fourth verse: Celph Titled
10 "44 Magnum" Vanderslice
  • First verse: Crypt the Warchild
  • Second verse: Des Devious
  • Third verse: Vinnie Paz
  • Fourth verse: Demoz
11 "Dead Shall Rise" Crown
  • First verse: Demoz
  • Second verse: Celph Titled
  • Third verse: Planetary
  • Fourth verse: Reef the Lost Cauze
  • Fifth verse: Vinnie Paz
  • Sixth verse: Apathy
  • Chorus: Planetary
12 "Cookin' Keys" DJ Kwestion
  • First verse: Doap Nixon
  • Second verse: Des Devious
  • Third verse: Crypt the Warchild
  • Fourth verse: Demoz
  • Fifth verse: Planetary
  • Sixth verse: Reef the Lost Cauze
13 "Burn You Alive" Triple Z
  • First verse: Block McCloud
  • Second verse: Doap Nixon
  • Third verse: Vinnie Paz
  • Fourth verse: Planetary
14 "Hollow Points" Hypnotist Beats
  • First verse: Planetary
  • Second verse: Demoz
  • Third verse: Vinnie Paz
  • Fourth verse: Doap Nixon
15 "Suicide Girl" Apathy
  • First verse: Planetary
  • Second verse: Doap Nixon
  • Third verse: Apathy
16 "The Ultimatum" DJ Kwestion
  • First verse: King Magnetic
  • Second verse: Des Devious
  • Third verse: Reef the Lost Cauze
  • Fourth verse: King Syze
  • Fifth verse: Vinnie Paz
  • Sixth verse: Celph Titled
  • Seventh verse: Planetary
  • Eighth verse: Apathy
  • Ninth verse: Crypt the Warchild
  • Tenth verse: Journalist

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