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Terror - Lowest Of The Low
Terror doesn’t need an introduction for the average hardcore lover but for those who don’t know them…
Their first EP, 'Lowest of the Low' appeared more than 2 years ago in the hardcore circuit, after this release they toured 4 times through Europe. The band was quickly noticed by the (well-known) label Trustkill who immediately signed the band. In July 2004 their first full-length album, 'One With The Underdogs' appeared through Trustkill/Roadrunner. In 2005 the band decided to re-release the album 'Lowest of the Low'.
 
Well what can I say, finally another Hardcore album for me. When I received the album I was very exited because it’s the re-release of an older great album and they even added a live show (which was recorded in Tokyo) to the album. Lets see what my opinion is for this re-release.
 
Well after listening to the album my impression is pretty good, the way I love my Hardcore the best! The quality of the music very good; the sounds of the instruments are very well balanced against each other, the vocals are clear and they can be heard very well against the instruments, which is a very positive thing.
The guitar parts are technically well performed but not overdone. The sound of the vocals is clear and straight from the heart.
After listening the whole album, there is one thing in particular what irritates the hell out of me and that is the following: when the album is played, tracks 1 – 9 are well recorded but if 'Can I Say' starts the bass is gone, the vocals are crap and pretty much the rest of the sound sucks too, I think it's an error in the recordings, that’s not so great for such a big company.
 
Something about the live show on the album: WOW!!!!! This compares something for the crappy recorded song, although the sound isn’t the best of the best (which is almost impossible for a live show recording), the energy that is coming from these songs is incredible, it's almost as if you are present at the gig, it gives me a great burst of energy.
 
My opinion of this album is good, the album is packed with energy pumped out of the speakers which is a good thing and the album is very easy listening. You just play it and let it come over you. And another great thing: the album is cheap and has 22 songs!!!
Great job!!!!
 
Line-Up:
Carl Schwartz - Bass
Scott Vogel – Vocals
Nick Jett - Drums  
Frank Novinec - Guitar
Doug Weber - Guitar
 
Tracklisting:
  1. Better Off Without You
  2. Don’t Need Your Help
  3. Nothing To Me
  4. Keep Your Distance
  5. Another Face
  6. Push It Away
  7. Life And Death
  8. What Have We Done
  9. Lowest Of The Low
  10. Can I Say
  11. Out Of My Face
  12. Nothing To Lose
 
Live in Tokyo:
  1. Better Off Without You
  2. Don’t Need Your Help
  3. Life And Death
  4. What Have We Done
  5. Another Face
  6. Push It Away
  7. Nothing To Lose
  8. Nothing To Me
  9. Lowest Of The Low
  10. Keep Your Distance
Terror - Lowest Of The Low
70/1001Details Trustkill / Roadrunner Records
Released on Monday Nov 30th, -0001
Hardcore

Writer @Dinges on Wednesday Jun 1st, 2005

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