TERROR Bassist: 'The New Record Is DONE!'

Bassist Jonathan Buske of the Los Angeles hardcore/metal act TERROR has issued the following update:

"Just checking in to let you all know that the new record is DONE!!! We finished tracking and doing vocals a few days ago and have been working with Zeuss [producer Chris 'Zeuss' Harris; SHADOWS FALL, HATEBREED] on mixes for the past few days. Like every band says about their newest shit, it's without a doubt the best and hardest TERROR record to date. Expect some new TERROR flavor, some of the old and some unexpected flavor. We can't wait for you all to hear it!!

"We take off in a few days on the Firestorm Fest tour, so be sure to check out the dates for that on our page. Following that, we are doing the legendary Superbowl Of Hardcore in NYC, shooting a couple videos with our bros at Space Monkey Studios, then taking off to Europe to do a run with IGNITE, STRUNG OUT and DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR... then hitting up South America for a week or so. So, be sure to check the dates... we have a ton of stuff coming up."

TERROR is rumored to have inked a deal with Century Media Records for the release of its new album.

BTS Video recently posted footage of TERROR's January 5, 2008 concert at Skunk Hell in Seoul, Korea. Watch it below.

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.

TERROR has always been a band known for holding true to their grassroots hardcore ethics. So when indie-hardcore label owner Patrick Kitzel approached the band about releasing a one-off EP through Reaper Records, TERROR jumped at the idea. "Scott [Vogel, vocals] and I have been friends for fifteen years and worked together with all of his prior bands," said Kitzel. "When the idea presented itself to do an EP for the love of the cause, it was a quick decision on who would be putting it out!"


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