Review by Nick Shore | Smutlife
Go ahead, take your best shot. Criticize their riffs, lyrics, vocals, or repetitive calls for stage dives. Forget about them just like you did the last flavor of the week and download the newest pop punk-core record. Say what you will, but Los Angeles’ Terror prove year in and year out why they are still one of the longer lasting, hard as nails, truly legitimate, in-your-face hardcore bands.
Since 2002, Terror has been right at the forefront of contemporary aggressive hardcore, whether it was DIY local shows in Southern California, or international tours supporting a major album release on Century Media Records. While scanning their impressive resume, one constant always remained true despite their popularity or album sales, as this five piece devastator has never lost sight of the real scene and the people who’ve supported them for their eight year career. Read more