TERROR Prepare To Release New DVD, Full-Length Album

TERROR will be hitting the road in the U.S this summer with DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR and THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD. The Los Angeles-based hardcore act will be touring in support of their upcoming DVD, "The Living Proof", and studio album, "Always the Hard Way".

Due on May 30, "The Living Proof" is chock-full of globe spinning pit action as the band destroy stages across the U.S., Asia, South America and Europe. In addition to an entire live set captured in London in January 2006, there is also music videos and exclusive behind the scenes footage and interviews with the band as they record their new album, "Always The Hard Way", with producer Zeuss (THROWDOWN, HATEBREED, SHADOWS FALL).

"Always The Hard Way" will be released on Independence Day, July 4, and is said to "surpass the speed and aggression" of their now-classic debut full-length, "One With the Underdogs". The group shows their influences with guest appearances on the album from Eddie Sutton, vocalist of the legendary LEEWAY, and Aaron from the infamous DEATH THREAT. More unexpected is the contribution from underground hip hop hero Murs and Mr Dibbs (who DJs for Atmosphere). Those surprised by the inclusion of hip hop in TERROR's brand of hardcore should know that Vogel is a HUGE hip hop fan and even sports a Gangstarr tattoo on his arm, which is near the back piece he has of LEEWAY's first album, "Born To Expire". Joining the band for the upcoming tours is new members Martin Stewart of DONNYBROOK on second guitar and Jonathan Buske, who has played with ANOTHER VICTIM, THE PROMISE and RAG MEN, on bass. Look for the band this summer as a featured performer on the Sounds of Underground tour for both the Europe and North American dates alongside artists such as AS I LAY DYING and TRIVIUM.


Jun. 19 - Tulsa, OK - The Hive
Jun. 20 - Little Rock, AR – Vino's
Jun. 22 - Birmingham, AL - Cave 9
Jun. 23 - Panama City, FL - The Showcase
Jun. 26 - Charlotte, NC - Tremont Music Hall
Jun. 27 - Virginia Beach, VA - Peppermint Beach Club
Jun. 28 - Kingston, PA - Backstage Enterprises
Jun. 29 - Hartford, CT - Webster Underground
Jun. 30 - Burlington, VT - Higher Ground
Jul. 01 - Jonquiere, CAN - Keno Hall
Jul. 02 - Trois-Riviere, CAN - The Marquisart
Jul. 03 - Quebec City, CAN – L'Anti
Jul. 04 - Ottawa, CAN - Babylon
Jul. 05 - Buffalo, NY - Buffalo Icon


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