TERROR To Release 'The Walls Will Fall' EP

TERROR To Release 'The Walls Will Fall' EP

Influential hardcore band TERROR will release a new EP, titled "The Walls Will Fall", on April 28 via Pure Noise Records. In support of the new record, the band will hit the road this spring for a U.S. headline tour with GOD'S HATE and ABUSE OF POWER.

"The Walls Will Fall" follows TERROR's most recent full-length, 2015's "The 25th Hour", and features some of the most vicious tracks the band has ever recorded.

Additional details about the record will be revealed in the coming weeks.

Since forming in 2002, TERROR has become one of the hardcore genre's most notorious and successful acts. Over the years, the band has released six classic albums, their latest being "The 25th Hour", which was issued by Victory in 2015. Their signature sound, a punishing blend of hardcore, punk and thrash, has attracted a legion of diehard fans around the world and anyone who's witnessed the sheer power of TERROR live and lived to tell about it can attest to the band's authenticity and intensity.

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