Void Terra Firma

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Void Terra Firma
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Studio album by Defiance
Released March 26, 1990
Recorded December 1989 at Prairie Sun Recording Studios, Cotati, California
Genre Technical thrash metal
Length 40:10
Label Roadracer Records
Producer John Cuniberti
Defiance chronology
Product of Society
(1989)
Void Terra Firma
(1990)
Beyond Recognition
(1992)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Void Terra Firma was the second album by thrash metal band Defiance, released in 1990. It was the first album to feature vocalist Steev Esquivel. It was advertised as being recorded "Live And In Your Face!"

This album is Defiance's best known, it features their cover of Iron Maiden's "Killers".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Void Terra Firma" (05:25)
  2. "Deception of Faith" (04:28)
  3. "Questions" (04:58)
  4. "Skitz-Illusions" (03:26)
  5. "Slayground" (03:30)
  6. "Killers" (04:42) (Iron Maiden cover)
  7. "Steamroller" (03:23)
  8. "Checkmate" (03:39)
  9. "Buried or Burned" (03:22)
  10. "Last Resort (Welcome to Poverty)" (03:16)

Re-Release Bonus Tracks[edit]

  1. . Violent Remedy (Void) - (live)
  2. . Skitz-Illusions
  3. . Checkmate
  4. . Deception of Faith
  5. . Checkmate - (live)
  6. . Drum Solo-Lockjaw - (live)
  7. . The Fault - (live)

Lineup[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rivadavia, Eduardo. Void Terra Firma at AllMusic. Retrieved 4 June 2015.