In music, there are leaders and there are followers. For every blistering riff there is an imitator, for each impassioned bellow, a sound-alike. It is the challenge of the modern musician to take the finite set of notes upon which all music is built, and make it their own. WARBRINGER did not invent their own vein of metal. They were preceded by greats like Slayer, Exodus, Testament, Anthrax and the almighty Metallica - but over the course of their previous two albums, they have managed to construct songs that are equal parts ferocity and finesse, and in doing so, created a sound that is distinctly their own. With the release of Worlds Torn Asunder, WARBRINGER are poised to take their rightful place at the table alongside the big boys
2011 release, the third album from the Los Angeles Thrash Metal band. Warbringer have become known as one of the hardest-working bands in Metal, as well as a ferocious live act and they bring all of that raw aggression into the creation of Worlds Torn Asunder. The album was produced and mixed by Steve Evetts and features artwork by Dan Seagrave, who designed Warbringer's previous album cover.