Terror Premiere “Mental Demolition” Video

Terror have premiered a new video for their song “Mental Demolition.” This track is from the band’s latest album “Total Retaliation.” Scott Vogel commented:

“This song is about getting locked away and trapped in your own mind as all you see day after day is the outside world tearing itself apart. While you watch all that you loved and believed in become exterminated and extinct. We wanted to capture that ugly truth in this visual.”

[via Decibel]


Terror & Dying Fetus Announce European Dates

Terror and Dying Fetus will be playing a few European shows together. Here’s the dates:

07/06 Nilvange, FRA – Le Gueulard Plus
07/07 Mannheim, GER – MS Connexion Komplex
07/08 Zurich, SWI – Dynamo

Converge, Terror, SECT, & Candy Announce European/UK Tour

Converge, Terror, SECT, and Candy have announced a European/UK tour. Here’s the dates:

06/29 Berlin, GER – Columbia Theater (no Terror)
06/30 Koln, GER – Essigfabrik
07/01 London, UK – The Electric Ballroom
07/02 Manchester, UK – The Ritz
07/03 Paris, FRA – La Machine du Moulin Rouge
07/04 Aschaffenburg, GER – Colos Saal (no Terror)

Terror Premiere “In Spite Of These Times”/”One More Enemy” Video

Terror have premiered a new video for their songs “In Spite Of These Times” and ”One More Enemy.” These tracks are from the band’s latest album “Total Retaliation.”

Stick To Your Guns & Terror Announce Australian Tour

Stick To Your Guns and Terror have announced an Australian tour together. Here’s the dates:

01/25 Brisbane, AUS – The Brightside
01/26 Gold Coast, AUS – Shark Bar
01/27 Sydney, AUS – Crowbar
01/28 Newcastle, AUS – Small Ballroom
01/29 Canberra, AUS – The Basement
01/31 Frankston, AUS – Pelly Bar
02/01 Melbourne, AUS – Stay Gold
02/02 Adelaide, AUS – Enigma Bar
02/03 Perth, AUS – Amplifier Bar

Terror Premiere “This World Never Wanted Me” Video

Terror have premiered a new video for their new song “This World Never Wanted Me.” This track is from the band’s new album “Total Retaliation,” which will be released on September 28. Scott Vogel commented:

“I think most of us that are drawn to underground music in one way or another feel like they don’t fit in this fucked up place. Whether we were thrown away and left to make it alone, or just constantly told we are not good enough, something told us that these sounds and the energy it creates was a way out and a way to find solace in the darkest times.”

[via Revolver]