Terror released the EP The Walls Will Fall last April via Pure Noise Records. Their last full-length studio album, The 25th Hour, was released in 2015.
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Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at 9:30 PM (PST) by Chris Ramone
Los Angeles hardcore veterans Terror have just dropped a new video for their track, “Kill ‘Em Off” from their recent EP “The Walls Will Fall” available through Pure Noise Records since April 28th of this year.
“The Walls Will Fall” acts as a follow up to “The 25th Hour” released in 2015 via Century Media.
Saturday, April 22, 2017 at 10:00 AM (PST) by jaystone
The Walls Will Fall is due out next Friday (April 28th), it will be the group’s first release with their new label, Pure Noise Records, and marks their first release since 2015’s The 25th Hour. Pre-orders are still available here. You can check out Terror’s upcoming tour rundown here.
Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at 9:13 PM (PST) by jaystone
The Walls Will Fail is due out April 28th, it will be the group’s first release with their new label, Pure Noise Records, and marks their first release since 2015’s The 25th Hour. Pre-orders are available here. You can check out Terror’s upcoming tour rundown below.
Los Angeles hardcore band Terror recently premiered a violently old school-style music video for their song, “Kill ‘Em Off.” The new single is one off of their upcoming EP, The Walls Will Fail.
On the topic of the video, vocalist Scott Vogel says:
“It feels good to have some new music coming out. We thought this song would be right to release first, as the energy and vibe sums up this EP. Terror is always going to be Terror, and we’re proud to be consistent and on point with our sound. But still we are always trying to push and make sure the urgency and reality is always in everything we do.”
You can check the clip out below.
The Walls Will Fail is scheduled for release on April 28th, it will be the group’s first release with their new label, Pure Noise Records.
Monday, March 13, 2017 at 11:58 AM (PST) by rick delaney
Legendary hardcore act Terror have announced that they will tour the US this Spring with Godshate and Abuse Of Power. Along with the dates, they have also released details of their newest release, an EP entitled, The Walls Will Fall. According to the band, the record will come out on April, 28, 2017.
If you’d like to see the tour dates, take a look below.
Monday, February 27, 2017 at 2:36 PM (PST) by Mike Scott
Details of the EP are yet to be released. It will be the first release since 2015’s “The 25th Hour”.
After a great run of releasing records with Century Media and Victory for the last 10 years, it’s exciting to find a fresh, new home for Terror. We are humbled to still be a band with a lot of love and support around the world, and Pure Noise Records is exactly who we wanted to work with for our future. We look forward to the next chapter in this wild ride and couldn’t be happier to be doing it together with Jake (Founder of Pure Noise Records).
No doubt that there are big things coming from the group in the near future, we will keep you updated as details come to light.
The band’s latest album was their 2015 release, The 25th Hour (Victory Records).
My Vibe Records, a hardcore label with strong DIY ethic, have released a new compilation featuring the likes of Terror and No Warning. Released on 7″ ‘Loud and Clear’ features six brutal tracks guaranteed to get you raging and is available to purchase or stream from the My Vibe bandcamp page, or alternatively you can listen below.
Monday, May 23, 2016 at 9:39 AM (PST) by rick delaney
US hardcore group Terror have released a music video for “No Time For Fools”, an album track from their 2015 release “The 25th Hour” (Victory Records). The video is released ahead of yet another extensive summer of show and can be viewed in below.
Thursday, November 19, 2015 at 3:15 PM (PST) by Bizarro Dustin
Terror have released a music video for their song “Sick and Tired.” The track comes of their latest album, The 25th Hour, and you can watch the video here.
Terror released The 25th Hour on August 7, 2015 via Victory Records.
Tuesday, November 3, 2015 at 5:55 PM (PST) by milhouse
Buffalo hardcore band Malfunction are streaming a brand new song off of their upcoming album “Fear of Failure”.
The song is called “Final Thoughts” and it is the second single off of the anticipated full-length, which due out on November 20th through Bridge Nine Records.
Following it’s release they will be embarking on a North American tour with Terror and Code Orange. You can listen to “Final Thoughts” and check the tour dates out below. The first single, “Drift”, is also available to stream here.
“Fear of Failure” will be the band’s Bridge Nine debut and serves as a follow-up to their 2012 EP “Finding My Peace”.
Tuesday, September 8, 2015 at 1:42 PM (PST) by The Torchbearer
Los Angeles hardcore group Terror have announced some US tour dates this November and December in support of their latest release The 25th Hour. Terror will be joined on the whole tour by Code Orange, Take Offense, and Malfunction, but they will also be joined on a few dates by King Nine, Blind Justice, Incendiary, Blistered, and Bitter End.
Check out the full list of dates, locations, and supporting bands below.
The 25th Hour was released on August 7th via Victory Records.
Thursday, August 27, 2015 at 11:45 AM (PST) by The Torchbearer
With The 25th Hour, their 6th full length album, Terror wanted to return to their roots. While recording, they said that if something was too long, it would be trimmed down, and if it was too slow, it would be sped up. With the albums 14 songs coming in at just under 23 minutes, they seem to have lived up to the manifesto they set for themselves. The whole thing feels urgent and powerful, and with the longest song running 2 minutes and 27 seconds, the band leaves you with very little time to catch your breath.
The songs are certainly much faster than their recent output, and everything is like a more polished version of their earlier material. If they aren’t playing a breakdown, it’s pretty much guaranteed they are going full speed. I can see the circle pits forming already. Songs like “No Time For Fools” and “The Solution” represent this perfectly with machine gun drums and big, crushing guitars. This keeps the album moving right along, but there are also plenty of breakdowns to change things up. At times the transitions between the fast parts and breakdowns feel a little rushed, especially in the songs that are just a little over a minute long. But then you get songs like “Life Goes On,” where all these transitions are handled perfectly, and you stop questioning them.
The vocals and lyrics are typical hardcore fare, with Scott Vogel screaming about things like his bad habits in “Bad Signs” (“Dirty deeds keep calling me”), people acting phony in “Why?” (“On your own two-faced trip, it means fucking nothing, why are you here?”), and pride in the hardcore scene in “Deep Roots” (“Still screaming what I heard in ’89, the rebirth of hardcore pride.”). The surprise of the album comes in the form of “Both of You,” which in any other musical setting would be a tearjerker. Lyrics like “I’ve got your name / I’ve got your blood / But I don’t have / Your fucking love” really cut deep and I can only imagine the pain that must have been felt putting these words to paper and the ultimate release that comes with screaming them into a mic.
Terror doesn’t really do anything drastically new or different on The 25th Hour. Instead they reevaluate everything they have done so far, blend it all together, and put out the best of what they got. If you’re already a fan of Terror, you probably already picked this one up. But as someone who’s not typically a fan of this kind of breakdown heavy hardcore, I was still left impressed with what I heard. The band definitely deserves the honor of being one of the top hardcore acts of the day.