Biohazard

Biohazard was one of the first bands to regularly incorporate elements of both hip-hop and hardcore metal into their sound; since their lyrical fare dealt with the harshness of urban life and the resulting anger and frustration, which both genres of music have been known to address, the connection only made sense, especially in light of Anthrax's highly effective collaboration with Public Enemy on 1991's "Bring the Noise." When Biohazard formed in 1988 in Brooklyn Read more on Last.fm
Reborn in Defiance
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Vengeance Is Mine
Decay
Reborn
Killing Me
Countdown Doom
Come Alive
Vows of Redemption
Waste Away
You Were Wrong
Skullcrusher
Never Give In
Season the Sky
Means to an End
My Life, My Way
The Fire Burns Inside
Killing to Be Free
Filled With Hate
Devotion
Break It Away From Me
Kings Never Die
Don't Stand Alone
To the Grave
Set Me Free
Means to an End
My Life, My Way
The Fire Burns Inside
Killing to Be Free
Filled With Hate
Devotion
Break It Away From Me
Kings Never Die
Don't Stand Alone
To the Grave
Set Me Free
Kill or Be Killed
World on Fire (Intro)
World on Fire
Kill or Be Killed
Heads Kicked In
Beaten Senseless
Make My Stand
Open Your Eyes
Penalty
Dead to Me
Hallowed Ground
Uncivilization
Uncivilization
Wide Awake
Get Away
Unified
Gone
Letter Go
Last Man Standing
H.F.F.K.
Domination
Trap
Plastic
Cross the Line
A.T.F.
Life of My Own
Sex and Violence
Tales From the B-Side
Three Point Back
Falling
Sumptin' to Prove (demo version)
Slam (remix)
Beaten
How It Is (remix)
Sadman
Enslaved
Judgement Night
Inhale
Piece of Mind
Shades of Grey (demo version)
Punishment (demo version)
New World Disorder
Switchback
Salvation
End of My Rope
All for None
Breakdown
Inner Fear On
Abandon in Place
Skin
Camouflage
Decline
Cycle of Abuse
Dogs of War
New World Disorder (feat. Sticky Fingaz)
Five Blocks to the Subway
Five Blocks to the Subway
Down for Live (live)
State of the World Address (live)
Tales From the Hardside (live)
Five Blocks to the Subway (live)