New World Disorder is the fifth studio album by American heavy metal band Biohazard. It was released on June 8, by Mercury Records. It is the only record Biohazard released on Mercury, and their last major label album to date, as well as the only Biohazard album to feature former Helmet guitarist Rob Echiverria.
Over the course of three albums Biohazard went from a punk metal quartet making googly eyes at rap (State of the World Address) to a trio of rapping punks (Mata Laeo) to a four piece nu-metal outfit riddled with pre-millennial anxiety (’s New World Disorder) Throughout it all, Biohazard have remained depressingly the same group of violent, thug posturing losers incapable of writing a hook, .
I was never a big fan of "New World Disorder" since it's release in , and I was afraid when I first heard this album that Biohazard was starting to lose their edge. Thankfully, I was wrong, but "New World Disorder" remains one of the few lowpoints for this otherwise incredible band.
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