TERROR Frontman Taken Ill; Band Cancels Dates

UNEARTH frontman Trevor Phipps has checked in with the following update:

"TERROR unfortunately will be missing the Dallas, Atlanta, Virginia and most likely Baltimore shows on The Sanctity of Brothers Tour [featuring headliners UNEARTH alongside BLEEDING THROUGH, TERROR, THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD and ANIMOSITY]. [TERROR vocalist] Scott [Vogel] has become ill and needs to rest up before rejoining the tour next week in New York. Local bands will be filling their spot in most of the cities."

TERROR will not appear on the following dates:

Sep. 23 - Gypsy Ballroom - Dallas, TX
Sep. 25 - The Masquerade Downstairs - Atlanta, GA
Sep. 26 - The Norva - Norfolk, VA
Sep. 27 - Sonar - Baltimore, MD

TERROR's second full-length album, "Always the Hard Way", was released in July via Trustkill Records. The CD was recorded at Planet Z Studios in Massachusetts with producer Zeuss (THROWDOWN, HATEBREED, SHADOWS FALL) and features guest appearances by Eddie Sutton from LEEWAY and Aaron from DEATH THREAT.


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