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Category: Dark Thrash

Year: 1994

Label: Atlantic

Catalog Number: 82645-2

Average Rating: 90 / 100 (1 rating)

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Testament Low Album Cover

Chuck Billy vocals
Eric Peterson rhythm and lead guitar, backing vocals
James Murphy lead guitar
Greg Christian bass
John Tempeta drums
1.  Low  3:33
2.  Legions (In Hiding)  4:17
3.  Hail Mary  3:32
4.  Trail of Tears  6:06
5.  Shades of War  4:40
6.  P.C.  2:50
7.  Dog Faced Gods  4:02
8.  All I Could Bleed  3:37
9.  Urotsukidoji Instrumental  3:39
10.  Chasing Fear  4:56
11.  Ride  3:06
12.  Last Call Instrumental Outro  2:40
Total Running Time:  46:58

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Existing comments about this CD

From: XY Date: December 28, 2002 at 19:21
i testament sn bravissimi ragazzi ascoltateli tutti!!

From: Mau Date: January 6, 2003 at 19:08
Behold! Three big leaps forward after the disappointing "Ritual" album. This album shows how great Eric Peterson really is as a composer. Their most diverse album up to date! Contains elements of Death Metal, Thrash Metal and more! Great Album!!!!

From: jarett r. Date: January 13, 2003 at 17:31
john tempest was previous in exodus and later in white zombie and rob zombie's "solo" band.

From: Nick theIndian Date: October 15, 2003 at 5:48
One of the best thrash bands! This is the best their album thransfering them from thrash metal to real black&death metal with the next their albums Demonic and The Gattering every new album sounds better!Can't wait to hear the next!

From: drummerfish Date: February 22, 2004 at 10:06
in the early days,i bet i would of liked them better if it wasn't for louie clemente.this cd is when they got good and this cd is the way they should of sounded from the beginning.seen them open for slayer in i believe 91,the day we went to war.it was long beach arena.

From: Proman1 Date: April 13, 2004 at 23:47
These bastards are truly heavy metal, this is the direction the pricks in Metallica should have headed instead of giving us that pile of stinking shit album they should of called ShiT bANGERs. Testament was always a much better band musically and lyrically,period!!!

From: Date: August 2, 2004 at 22:47
BRILLIANT. A classic return to form for Chuck and the boys. 97's 'Demonic' and especially 99's masterpiece 'The Gathering' also captured the brilliance of Testament more than ever. This is how Metallica would sound if they balls \m/

From: Justin Date: October 5, 2004 at 19:27
One word, James Murphy!!!!!

From: Metalhead66 Date: February 11, 2005 at 15:26
This is my fave of the Bunch. James Murphy(of Cancer etal) Is filling Alex's shoes pretty nicely. Went for a Heavier Growl on this one ,Billy did.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: March 23, 2014 at 16:12
Some thrash bands spent years stumbling around hungover from the glory days and wondering what the fuck had just happened. Testament bounded up out of bed and went back to kicking ass! Low is the beginning of what Testament would become: heavier, less stereotypically '80's-sounding. Just a leaner, meaner machine all around. Alex Skolnick went to Savatage for one album the same year, and then spent almost a decade saying he'd outgrown metal and playing jazz fusion that nobody wanted to hear. No worries, because James Murphy brings a deep heaviness that Skolnick's tone never had. A damn shame so few people heard this disc back in '94.

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