Due on April 24 via Bridge Nine Records, "No Regrets, No Shame: The Bridge Nine Days" release captures modern hardcore band TERROR in their beginning stages with never-before-seen interviews and performances from one of their most popular albums, "Lowest Of The Low". Filmed in January 2003 at the Showcase Theater in Corona, California by then-new filmmaker Ian McFarland (now of the established Killswitch Productions), this amazing footage has been sitting in a vault at Bridge Nine for the last nine years and is finally assembled to see the light of day. With stagedives, sing-a-longs, and unparalleled energy from the band, the "No Regrets, No Shame" CD/DVD (and LP with all remastered Showcase Theater audio tracks) captures TERROR in their most raw and nascent form. Bonus features like the "Push It Away" music video and a full set from TERROR's Headline Records in-store performance from the same timeframe are also included.
Check out the "No Regrets, No Shame: The Bridge Nine Days" teaser trailer below.
"No Regrets, No Shame: The Bridge Nine Days" track listing:
01. Another Face 02. What Have We Done 03. Keep Your Distance 04. Better Off Without You 05. Nothing To Me 06. Don't Need Your Help 07. Push It Away 08. Life And Death 09. Lowest Of The Low
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