Dom Pachino
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Dom Pachino

Staten Island, NY | Established. Jan 01, 1996 | INDIE

Staten Island, NY | INDIE
Established on Jan, 1996
Solo Hip Hop


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Albums With Killarmy

(1997) Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars

(1998) Dirty Weaponry

(2001) Fear, Love & War

(2003) Killarmy: A Day in the Life (Documentary Film)

(2011) Greatest Hits


Dom Pachino Solo Albums

(2002) Tera Iz Him

(2004) Unreleased

(2004) Domination

(2005) The Arsenal

(2007) Rice & Beanz

(2008) Power Rulez

(2009) Tera Iz Him 2

(2011) The Last Armageddon (Double Album)

(2015) War Poetry

Napalm Recordings Releases

(2004) Napalm World (Compilation)

(2004) Life of a Performer (Documentary Film)

(2005) Operation Warface (Compilation)

(2005) The Grunge (Compilation)

(2006) Team Napalm: The Invasion (Compilation)

(2006) 4 Security Reasons (Mixtape)

(2006) Gunz an Glory: A Soldier Story (as P.R. Terrorist) Mixtape

(2007) Dom Pachino: First Blood (Mixtape)

(2011) The Appetizer (The Strength: Dom Pachino and Shyhiem)

(2011) Terrorist Advocate (Bugsy Da God)

(2015) Camouflage Disciple (Bugsy Da God)

(2015) Life of a Performer Part 2 (Documentary Film)



Dom Pachino also known as P.R. Terrorist is a rapper of Puerto Rican descent. He is a solo artist and founding member of the notorious Hip-Hop collective Killarmy.

Dom Pachino was born in uptown Manhattan and later moved to Staten Island's Stapleton Projects. He started out by showcasing his talents in public school lunch rooms, while urging friends would provide a beat for him by banging on tables with fist and bare knuckles. To then making a name for himself locally in the slums of Staten Island's small hip hop circles in the early 90's. During that period, he became good friends with RZA's (Wu-Tang Clan founder) younger brother 9th Prince and they later formed the group Killarmy. The six man crew introduced the masses to their new militant style of hip-hop. Killarmy was the first and most successful group to come out of the Wu camp. Their 1996 debut album Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars was a hit. Followed by Dirty Weaponry in 1998. Lastly, on September 11th 2001 they released their final and very controversial Fear, Love and War. All three albums were highly praised by the fans and critics. Unfortunately, some internal problems within the group prevented them from working together again.

Experiencing three successful major releases (two through Priority Records, and one through Loud Records) with a debut album that cracked the top ten R&B/Hip Hop billboard charts, three world tours with Wu-Tang Clan and countless features on gold albums such as RZA's Bobby Digital album and Wu-Tang Killa Bees: The Swarm compilation; it wasn't hard for Dom to establish his own independent record company Napalm Recordings in 2002, with the focal point of bringing militant music to a main stream audience. The company released a slew of albums, compilations, mixtapes, DVDs via mom and pop record stores and online through all major retailers, in addition to organizing tours in the United States, South America, Europe, and Africa.

After his 2011 release, The Last Armageddon, Dom Pachino took time off from the music business and went on a four-year hiatus. While on tour in Columbia with producer Bronze Nazareth in 2012, the two spoke about working on a collaboration together. However, that did not materialize immediately. In 2015, they finally started the production process that would later be called War Poetry, the critically acclaimed limited edition album. His successful return enabled his company to organize a War Poetry tour in Spain, Belgium, Netherlands and Austria.

In addition to his music work, Dom Pachino is an actor and director that has appeared in a number of films, television and cable programs including Gospel Hill a 2008 film directed and produced by Giancarlo Esposito and starring Danny Glover. He has also been on the Larry Sanders Show, the Jon Stewart Show, CSI: NY, Comedy Central: Upright Citizens Brigade and the Bobby Digital film by RZA of the Wu-Tang Clan. Dom also starred and directed two documentary films, Life of a Performer a two part series.

Currently, he is working on a tour and a new album to be released in the late summer of 2016. 

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