TERROR: Video Interview With NICK JETT Available

PureGrainAudio.com conducted an interview with TERROR drummer Nick Jett on December 20, 2007 prior to the band's performance the Opera House in Toronto, Ontario. Jett spoke about the band's new EP, "Rhythm Amongst The Chaos", their love for Canada, and the controversy surrounding TERROR's reputation as a "tough" band. Watch the interview at this location.

TERROR is scheduled to enter the studio in February to record its new full-length album, due later in the year via an as-yet-undetermined label. A tour with EARTH CRISIS will follow in March.

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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