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Posted on February 12, 2008

The new TERROR album Always The Hard Way is available now on CD for around 퉌£10.99 from HMV, Virgin, FOPP, Music Zone and your local ‘Roadrage’ store. The band is currently enjoying a run on the Sounds of the Underground tour in the US, alongside In Flames, Trivium, and As I Lay Dying. Of the new album pandemonium, vocalist Scott Vogel says í¢ä‰åñThe album turned out exactly how we wanted in terms of songwriting, recording, layout, and lyrics. We are completely satisfied, because although we are still Terror, and we are always going to be Terror, we’ve taken it everything to the next level. While we aren’t looking to reinvent, we just decided to play how we wanted to, and the final product is the most aggressive, fastest, hardest, heaviest thing we have ever done.í¢ä‰åŒ Terror recorded Always the Hard Way, the follow-up to the successful One With the Underdogs (2004), with mega-producer Zuess (Throwdown, Hatebreed). The L.A. group packed the album with ragged metal-tinged guitars, rapid fire drum lines, slithering bass lines and trademark double-fisted vocal attacks that they are known for. Kerrang states Terror’s intensity concisely: í¢ä‰åñPutting the hard back in hardcore.í¢ä‰åŒ The new album, recorded during an ice storm, has a slew of amazing guest vocalists who braved the ice to appear. Eddie Sutton from Leeway, Aaron from Death Threat and even hip hop greats emcee Murs and Mr Dibbs (Atmosphere’s DJ) add their talents to the release. If you still need convincing why not download this track and let us know what you think in the forum. CLICK HERE to download Strike You Down


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