The track will be featured on an upcoming Pure Noise Tour Split. The Pure Noise tour consists of Stick To Your Guns, Terror, Counterparts, Sanction, and Year of the Knife. The split will feature a new track from each of the bands on tour.
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Thursday, March 14, 2019 at 8:25 AM (PST) by Shane Dover
Terror, the LA stalwarts of hardcore, came swinging back with their latest album Total Retaliation. Released back in September, 2018 via Pure Noise, the album deserves a listen from any hardcore fan. And if you listened back when it came out, I’m here to tell you why you should be spinning it again.
The album starts incredibly strong with “This World Never Wanted Me,” a hard rejection of conformity and a triumphant yell of “Thank god this world never wanted me.” Terror do that classic hardcore sound perfectly, encapsulating a genre and exploding out with blistering beatdowns.
The album starts on rejecting the world that doesn’t want them, and keeps a solid concept of a rebellion against humanity. Keeping the basics of hardcore themes, Terror actualize this in an interesting and direct way with describing the world itself as what has become stained and overbearing. But in that they still find retaliation in their determined and anger fueled delivery. Terror have a lot to say on the album, and run through a host of subjects they feel are tearing society apart. In doing so they keep with their central concept, and also manage to use some great wordplay to get across their message clearly but not resort to hamfisted cliche. Tackling issues from authority to religion, Total Retaliation pulls no punches.
On the sonic side of things, of course Terror kills it, heavy rolling drums, deep and always on point bass, and some interesting guitar work which expands but never strays too far from their core sound. Total Retaliation even has a rap interlude, perhaps inspired by the interludes that 90s hip-hop frequently featured though arguably less jokey. There’s something to be said about the comparison between hip-hop and punk music, born from different situations but finding a similar place in rebellion and community. But after just a moment the track is over, and we dive right back into brilliant hardcore with “Spirit of Sacrifice.”
With Total Retaliation the band hasn’t found any massive new ground in their music, but instead have this chaos-controlled feeling with their mastery of the hardcore sound. Always able to flow through vocal inflections and able to so perfectly build a sound that brings anyone right into that local venue feeling the electricity run from the band through the crowd, Terror still remain an important voice in the genre. Terror bring the intensity and determined message only the finest in hardcore can produce, and Total Retaliation is a must listen for fans of the genre.
You can listen to the album below.
Monday, March 4, 2019 at 2:27 PM (PST) by Mike Scott
The band recently released their seventh studio album Total Retaliation through Nuclear Blast Records.
Monday, October 1, 2018 at 8:38 AM (PST) by rick delaney
The LA-based hardcore stalwarts of Terror have just released their latest album. The record is titled Total Retaliation and has been released by Pure Noise. The band have also been kind enough to allow you fine people to stream the title track from the record. You can listen to it below and pick up copies of Total Retaliation here.
The previous release from the five-piece was the 2015 effort, The 25th Hour.
Wednesday, January 17, 2018 at 7:08 PM (PST) by Chris Ramone
Modern Life Is War’s latest album Fever Hunting was released in 2013, while Terror last released the EP The Walls Will Fall in April of last year. The Cro-Mags have reportedly been working on new music for their next album, which will be their first since 2000’s Revenge.
Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at 9:30 PM (PST) by Chris Ramone
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.
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).