Terrifyer is the third studio album by American grindcore band Pig Destroyer. It was released October 12, 2004 by Relapse Records.
The album includes a second disc recorded in DVD-Audio and mixed with 5.1 surround sound. The disc contains one sludge metal song called "Natasha". The Japanese release of Terrifyer includes four bonus tracks, and includes "Natasha" as a second CD instead of a DVD. "Natasha" was reissued on a regular CD as a separate release in 2008. The album booklet features a six-page story of how Natasha became the "Terrifyer". Some copies of Terrifyer were released with a slip of paper on the cover to hide the artwork.
In 2017, Rolling Stone ranked Terrifyer as 88th on their list of "The 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time".
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