Terror have released two limited edition lathe cut 7″ vinyl pressings featuring a “Live By The Code” b-side titled “The New Beginning” and a previously unreleased song titled “You Lost All Respect.“ They were available HERE, but have since sold out.
Will Putney (Fit For An Autopsy, END) has announced a special livestreamed charity event for the American Civil Liberties Union. The virtual event, which is being called “We Can Do Better: Words From The Underground,” will take place on June 14 at 9am PDT/12pm EDT and it will find musicians, labels, producers, etc. taking part in discussions and various giveaways.
The following participants have been confirmed:
- Ice-T (Body Count)
- Keith Buckley (Every Time I Die)
- Bryan Garris (Knocked Loose)
- Matt Heafy (Trivium)
- Kurt Ballou (Converge, God City)
- Andrew Marsh (Thy Art Is Murder)
- Tom Williams (Stray From The Path)
- Scott Vogel (Terror)
- Todd Jones (Nails)
- Buddy Nielson (Senses Fail)
- Alan Day and Dan O’Connor (Four Year Strong)
- Josh Smith (Northlane)
- Doc Coyle (Bad Wolves, God Forbid)
- Anthony Martini (E-Town Concrete, Commission)
- Patrick Sheridan (Fit For An Autopsy)
- Brendan Garrone (Incendiary)
- James Pligge (Harms Way)
- Brendan Murphy (Counterparts, END)
- Ethan Harrison (Great American Ghost)
- Mark Lewis (Producer)
- Anthony DiDio (Vein)
- Monte Conner (Nuclear Blast)
- Justin Louden (Closed Casket Activities)
- Carl Severson (Ferret, Good Fight Music)
- Equal Vision Records
- Pure Noise Records
- Nuclear Blast
- Relapse Records
- Closed Casket Activities
- Good Fight Entertainment
- Ferret Records
- Liquid Metal
- Metal Injection
- Evil Greed
“To be honest I was initially torn about doing this. The distaste and rage I have for our systemic issues in this country are more palpable than they ever have been. But I am NOT the voice of the oppressed, and I would never pretend to be.
What I can do is sit down with my fellow artists, friends, peers, and heroes alike and start a conversation about what we CAN do to support institutions for positive change, because something HAS to change. And the money that will roll in from this event will go to the experts. The ACLU. The Civil Rights organization that has fought for the purest form of free speech, justice, and equality for ONE HUNDRED YEARS (let one hundred years sink in for a second). The work that they are heavily involved in today aims to tackle these systemic issues.
The artists who will appear on this livestream come from different corners of life, different upbringings, different tax brackets. Naturally, some people are more comfortable expressing their opinions and beliefs to the public than others. I ask that you do not expect fire and brimstone from everyone, and do not scorn those who’d like to have a lighthearted conversation about music. The act of participating and donating sought after items to a worthy charity should be enough for you to understand their intentions.
This raffle will be one for the books. Extremely rare items, tons of merch, test presses and limited vinyl, music gear, it goes on and on. A lot of those involved are bringing something special and I truly thank them for parting with sacred items.
The link is live to start donating now. We will be announcing more details and giveaways soon.
If you’d like to participate on any level just message me.
Go big or go home.”
Bracewar drummer Rashod Jackson has blasted The Ghost Inside bassist Jim Riley for using a racial slur while referring to a tour bus driver a number of years ago. Jackson felt compelled to call out Riley after The Ghost Inside released a new shirt to raise money for the NAACP:
Terror guitarist Martin Stewart also chimed in:
Riley eventually apologized:
Jackson then responded:
Stewart has since commented again as well:
UPDATE: Stick To Your Guns frontman Jesse Barnett also commented before Riley issued his apology:
Jackson has also since been called out for using homophobic slurs:
Terror have announced an April European tour. Cancer Bats and Dust Bolt will serve as support.
04/03 Blois, FRA – Outbreak Metal Fest
04/04 Angouleme, FRA – Day Of Hardcore Fest
04/05 Vitoria-Gasteiz, SPA – Jimmy Jazz
04/06 La Coruna, SPA – Playa Club
04/07 Lisbon, POR – RCA Club
04/08 Madrid, SPA – Copernico
04/09 Badalona, SPA – Estraperlo Club
04/10 Toulouse, FRA – Le Rex
04/11 Vitry Le Francois, FRA – L’Orange Bleue
04/12 Oberndorg, GER – Easter Cross Festival
04/13 Saalfeld, GER – Klubhaus
04/14 Geneva, SWI – PTR
04/15 Munich, GER – Backstage
04/16 Wiesbaden, GER – Schlachthof
04/17 Cambrai, FRA – Seitzfestival
04/18 Enschede, NET – Eastern Promises
Terror have announced an East Coast tour with Kublai Khan, Magnitude, and Restraining Order. Here’s the dates:
03/04 Asbury Park, NJ – House Of Independents
03/05 Albany, NY – Fuze Box
03/06 Hartford, CT – Webster Underground
03/07 Providence, RI – Alchemy
03/08 Falls Church, VA – Falls Church VFW
03/09 Chapel Hill, NC – Local 506
03/10 Nashville, TN – The End
03/11 Indianapolis, IN – Hoosier Dome
03/12 Pittsburgh, PA – Crafthouse
03/13 Lakewood, OH – The Foundry
03/14 Cincinnati, OH – Legends
Terror have announced some West Coast shows with The Warriors, Creeping Death, and Dare. Here’s the dates:
02/19 Las Vegas, NV – American Legion Post 8
02/20 Ventura, CA – The Tavern
02/21 Sacramento, CA – Holy Diver
02/22 Santa Cruz, CA – Santa Cruz Vets Hall
02/24 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theater
02/25 Seattle, WA – El Corazon
The lineup has been revealed for the 2019 For The Children festival. The event will take place on December 20-21 at the Ice House in Long Beach, CA and it will feature the following: Terror, Donnybrook, Disembodied, A Loss For Words, Retaliate, Hands Of God, Section H8, Initiate, and Dez Yusuf. There will also be a pre-show at Supply & Demand on on December 19 as well. Fans that attend the shows will be required to donate new unwrapped toys so they can be given to needy children during the holidays.
The lineup has been revealed for the 2020 Invasion Fest. That event will take place at the Metro Theatre in Sydney, Australia on January 18 and it will feature the following: Knocked Loose, The Red Shore (reunion show), Terror, Alpha Wolf, Justice For The Damned, Jesus Piece, Malevolence, Bloom, Caged Existence, Crave Death, Daybreak, Diamond Construct, Falcifer, Gravemind, Homesick, Honest Crooks, and Sleep Talk.
Death Before Dishonor have been added to Terror’s fall European tour. The band will be replacing Cro-Mags JM, who were forced to cancel due to John Joseph requiring surgery for a hernia. As previously reported, Lion’s Law and Jesus Piece will also take part in the trek.
11/01 Leipzig, GER – Conne Island (feat. Outburst)
11/02 Eindhoven, NET – The Sound Of Revolution (no Death Before Dishonor/Lion’s Law)
11/03 London, UK – The Underworld (no Lion’s Law) (feat. Outburst & World Collapse)
11/04 Leeds, UK – Brudenell Social Club (feat. Outburst) (no Death Before Dishonor)
11/05 Antwerp, BEL – Kavka Zappa (feat. Mindwar)
11/06 Hamburg, GER – Knust
11/07 Berlin, GER – SO36 (feat. Born From Pain & Risk It)
11/08 Cham, GER – L.A.
11/09 Paris, FRA – Hardcore Fest
11/10 Zurich, SWI – Plaza Klub (feat. Dead Heat)
11/11 Vienna, AUT – Arena (feat. Ill Blood)
11/12 Budapest, HUN – Durer Kert (feat. Touch)
11/13 Schweinfurt, GER – Stattbahnhof (feat. Piece Of Mind)
11/14 Munster, GER – Sputnikhalle (feat. No Turning Back)
11/15 Karlsruhe, GER – Weiße Rose (feat. No Turning Back & Rotting Out)
11/16 Kassel, GER – Scream Festival
11/17 Cologne, GER – Gebäude 9 (feat. No Turning Back)
The lineup has been revealed for the 2020 LDB Fest. The event will be held on February 7-8 at Riot Skatepark in Louisville, KY and it will feature the following: Terror, Bitter End, Fiddlehead, Inclination, Cruel Hand, Bent Life, Bracewar, Sanction, Judiciary, SeeYouSpaceCowboy, Dead Heat, Piece Of Mind, Dare, Facewreck, Drain, Hangman, Magnitude, Treason, One Step Closer, Foreign Hands, Wicked Garden, Wristmeetrazor, Fuming Mouth, No Option, Hands Of God, Life’s Question, Maniac, Simulkara, Low End, Transgression, Reserving Dirtnaps, Rain Of Salvation, War By Other Means, Gadget, Absence Of Mine, Spear, and Love & Trust.