TERROR Prepares To Record New Album

Los Angeles hardcore/metal act TERROR has issued the following update:

"We'll be leaving in a few days for South Korea and Japan, then hit the studio in February to record the new full-length (for an undetermined NEW label). Expect updates from the studio. March we will be out with the mighty EARTH CRISIS across the U.S., then April we are playing the legendary Superbowl Of Hardcore in New York City (with AGNOSTIC FRONT, MADBALL, FAHRENHEIT 451 and more), then hitting Europe with IGNITE... so keep an eye out."

TERROR's latest EP, "Rhythm Amongst the Chaos", was released on October 30 through Reaper Records. This EP includes four new songs and one definitive cover song with a guest vocal appearance from Vinnie Paz of JEDI MIND TRICKS.

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