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No mention of Buried Alive?? Also Buske left the band, and Gook from Agents of Man/Sworn Enemy/Cold As Life is now their bassist.
i think that you can hear a lot more of frank 3 guns contributions to this album and i wouldnt say this sounds like hatebreed at all even though it is "thrashier". the drumming is also top notch and not boring-the fills seem so good you can tell the guy has been listening to metal, sorry but its true. i would also say this record is much better than one with the underdogs, this review was rushed listen to the record again.
You can sort of hear Frank's influence, but it doesn't sound like Integrity and it barely resembles Ringworm. It sounds like Hatebreed, plain and simple.
^^---Exactly. I was hoping he'd bring some of his outstanding lead/solo playing to Terror, and so I was fairly disappointed with the results of this album. I agree wholeheartedly with this review.
first, no mention of Carl from First Blood since he was in the band a LOT longer than Buske. second, Nick Jett wrote most (if not all the record) and Carl recorded all the guitar and bass parts as it states in the CD book (although, this makes sense no one knows that because no one buys CDs anymore). this record is f*cking awesome... and I think as long as Scott, Nick, and Doug are doing the band it's gonna be Terror. Martin definitely adds a lot to the band and Gook is a rad dude. f*ck hate
Buske is actually still IN the band, the next many years of Terror's life will prove that.
I would maybe have known that bit about Carl if Trustkill had sent out a decent f*cking promo. Garth, you're a f*cking bitch of the worst kind and you've bought your way into a hardcore scene that you definitely don't deserve to be a part of. Shut the f*ck up and go back to sucking off everyone on the B9 and Deathwish boards.
touched a nerve did I? wah, go cry... and I bought into a hardcore scene? hahaha, that's funny... at least when I write a review I'll actually do some research before I start talking about a record... are you just butthurt that I called out all your mistakes?
Hey Garth, YOU are the mistake here for taking this band so seriously. Let me guess, you're in a gang? bwahahaha
what the f*ck are you smoking...just stop reviewing dude...shoot yourself please! a 6..haha
garth: it states nowhere in any of the band's press releases or on their official website, trustkill's website or the band's myspace that carl played anything on this record. the only way i could have possibly known that is if Trustkill had sent me a promo that was something more than a disc in a paper sleeve. also, you DID buy your way into the scene by releasing records that had already been recorded by bands that were already established. you're a f*cking douchebag and no amount of sucking
Cory = 1 Garth = 0 all of us = -2 for seeing this
I would like to genuinly agree to disagree with this review. The production of this album was way better for the band's style and sound than One With The Underdogs. Music isnt all that, but this album is slightly but definitely a step up from the last one. Sometimes you truly disappoint me Cory.
Always The Hard Way > Lowest of The Low > One With The Underdogs. ps. Cory is a gay.
this album is easily better than one with the underdogs.
so because Trustkill didn't send you a total promo you are crying to me about it? I'm confused on this? and lets see, most bands on my label released their first release and then moved on to another label... but okay, whatever dude... apparently I pissed in your cereal a long time ago somehow and you've got it out for me...
you mean this is a different record than one with the underdogs? I thought they were just re-releasing the same album over and over. damn.
no mention of leeway and true blue influences? most of the guitars sound like leeway riffs recorded by zeuss. cd is def better than "one with..." but def not worth a 8
To clarify some things from the thread: Matt Sorg Plays ALL lead guitars in Ringworm. And on the terror side: The record sounds more like Exodus than Hatebreed. This record is FAR superior than "One with the underdogs". Nick Jett wrote ALL music on this new release. Vocally, vogel hasn't sounded better. My personal complaints: I wish the songs were longer or that they would go back into a chorus more than once. Things from the review i agree with: The rap song is bad.
i went to listen to a track on trustkill.com, i'm not a fan of terror or anything, i actually think they suck but i was curious. am i the only one that thinks it sounds an awful lot like fear factory? haha
This band and this album beat the shit out of 99% of Hardcore bands...
Cory is a gay...you don't like hardcore, you like dudes. I hope that Garth dude really did piss in your cereal pssy. I wonder if Cory has ever been to a hardcore show.This album is a great follow up to one with the underdogs. Cory,stop reviewing and take your mop top hair to your boyfriends house so you can comb each others hair and talk about how ground breaking the new Aiden cd is. Reviews and those reviewing are useless. who gives a shit what this pillow biter has to say about the new terror
this band has never written a good song before. 0/10. oh, and by the way "good dudes" or "people" are capable of making shit music....just for your information.
not to join in on this stupid argument going on here between cory and someone named "garth" (this must be what all the bands sing about in their internet-hatred songs...you guys are all such a waste of time)... but this review was definitely one of the weirdest one's i've read on lambgoat in a long time. just because Zeuss produced this - how does it sound at all like Hatebreed? first of all, Terror guitars aren't tuned down like Hatebreeds - anyone in any sense physics of sound would know th
They really don't sound that much like Hatebreed on this record and they sure as f*ck don't sound like Fear Factory (thank god). Always The Hard Way is solid, top to bottom. Although, I was slightly disappointed with the cameos by Murs and Mr. Dibbs; it sounded like they put that track together in no more than 5 minutes. Anyone who is familiar with past work of both Murs and/or Mr. Dibbs knows that they have a lot more to offer than what is displayed here.
why dont all former members of sworn vengeance just go back to that and quit all their other bands-including terror. i think that would make everyone happy. more jesus slamming hardcore=more smiles.
Yo what you all NEED to do is give it up for my man NICK JETT the dude wrote the entire f*cking lp from SCRATCH. We respect EVERYONE so you best not be disrespecting us, kid. See you all on tour. -Vogel
Vogel, come back to Victory...no more vans...only jets, busses and limos..that's how we roll
This band is unorigonal and bores me when i listen to it, f*ck you breakdowns and f*ck you hardcore.
this band has sucked since the demo. Slugfest was great, buried alive was better. Terror just sounds like a rehash of the bullshit fairweather "old school" hardcore that all the stupid hardcore are jocking. One with the Underdogs was crap and so was everything before and after. Comtemporary hardcore classic my ass.
shitty review. good album, far better than one with the underdogs. also sounds nothing like a hatebreed record.
So this is "thrashier", straight forward, fast hardcore? Terror is f*cking boring as hell. I would give this record a 2, if that. Why does everyone go apeshit for this band? I would recommend burning your entire record collection if you feel this is as good as hardcore gets. This is hardcore for "hot topic kids" or however that saying goes.
This band sucks complete shit. MTV2-core gays. Go f*ck yourselves hxc gays, leave metal out of your shit gimmicky hardcore. JUN JUN JUN STFU!
By that logic, Gorilla Biscuits were metal (palm-muted chords, aka 'JUN JUNS'). Terror is a HARDCORE band, these dudes are vets of this scene. If you hate it, fine, waste your energy. But calling this out as bogus throwback music is bullshit.
why the f*ck did they need to put out another album that sounds exactly the same as the last one so soon
i mean i like them and all but how many cds/dvds can they pump out
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Pffff, a 6... Hahaha, why do I even bother checking this site, so lame...
terror=sellout hardcore to make money, not music
man, terror is thr most unterraded band in metal rite now. u f*cks don't no wut good metal is. this is the hardest cd to come out since fear factery put out obsolete. the reason terror is so un populur is bc they have screaming in evry 1 of there songs. f*ckin, the screamin is wut makes them good. ne1 else can go listen to all american rejects emo homos. u guys probably have nvr been to a real metal concert, if ne1 disagrees, check out my band
oh ya lol, i 4got to tell u the name of my band. pathogen cliff. look 4 us on myspace or purevolume,
old shits better, theres a difference from being a hardcore band and have rap song about hardcore. since when did wiggers f*ck up hardcore!
Terror is and will always be HARDCORE no matter what.
I disagree with this review. Always The Hard Way is a great album. Scott Vogel (sound wise) is much more pissed off and has much more to be pissed off about. But "Smash Through You" seems to be out of place because it is very "self hating". not common with HC.
i'm just gonna say this cause i always wanted to but this sounds nothing like hatebreed at all. at all. i don't even think cory really listened to it.
Trust me after hearing their new album, "The Damned The Shamed", You'll appreciate this album a whole lot more...Trust me, their new album is horrible