Terminal Earth

by SCANNER

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SCANNER’s 1988 debut, Hypertrace, placed the band on the right trajectory for success, but soon after its release, their vocalist quit. Quickly picking up S.L. Coe (ex-Angel Dust) to fill the vacated spot, the band forged onward with 1990’s Terminal Earth. Decidedly not following the previous album’s concept, Coe struck out on his own lyrically with solid tracks like “From the Dust of Ages,” “Wonder,” “Not Alone” and “The Law.” Musically speaking, SCANNER marched forward continuing to carry the torch of power metal across the globe pushing the genre into new markets. But even with these two impressive albums in their repertoire, and the flourishing power metal scene growing so rapidly, it would seem the plague of continued member departures would spell out disaster for SCANNER when this era of the band came to a close in 1990.

Terminal Earth has been out of print for nearly 20 years, and not surprisingly, fetching high dollar collector prices online. Divebomb Records’ Terminal Earth Record Store Day limited edition contains brand new mastering exclusive to our physical reissue as well as a new interview with band founder, Axel Julius.

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released April 20, 2013

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