About Terrance Hobbs
Terrance Hobbs is the lead guitarist in the American death metal band Suffocation. Hobbs has been a constant member in the band since their first released title Reincremated along with band mates Frank Mullen and Mike Smith, who all met in high school. Hobbs also played in the death metalproject, Criminal Element, which featured fellow bassist Derek Boyer.
In 1988 in Centereach, Long Island, New York, United States. The band comprises vocalist Frank Mullen, lead guitarist Terrance Hobbs, bassist Derek Boyer, rhythm guitarist Charlie Errigo, and drummer Eric Morotti. Suffocation rose to prominence of death metal and created a blueprint for the genre for the 1990s with their 1991 debut album Effigy of the Forgotten, and have released seven studio albums since formation. The band’s raw death metal style uses growled vocals with a downtuned guitar sound, fast and complex guitar riffs and drumming, open chord notes, breakdowns, and a sophisticated sense of songwriting.