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Terror - Always The Hard Way
In 2004 Terror released their full length debut One With The Underdogs which immediately put them in the head of the pack when you’re talking about straight to your face hardcore. With One With The Underdogs they put up a high standard for not only themselves but also the rest of the world. After several tours with Hatebreed, Biohazard and Madball, Terror went back to the studio to records their second full length album Always The Hard Way. Now the important question is will they surpass their latest album with Always The Hard Way.
 
As for the music Terror stands somewhere between Hatebreed, Madball and Agnostic Front. Of course these are great bands to be compared to but Terror can live up to the expectations with their sound.
 
After a rather standard intro ‘All For Revenge’ kicks in and I’m of to a half an hour of pounding hardcore. With the first songs ‘All For Revenge’, ‘Strike You Down’ and  ‘Survival Comes Crashing In’ it’s very obvious the sound of Terror didn’t change a bit. Most of the songs even could have been on One With The Underdogs. But on the other hand the production is much better in comparison to One With The Underdogs. Always The Hard Way sounds rough, raw and smooth at the same time. But that isn’t really strange if you think of the fact that Zeuss (Hatebreed, Throwdown) produced the album.
 
Where Terror called in the help from Jamey Jasta from Hatebreed, Freddy Cricien from Madball  and Lord Ezec from Skarhead on One With The Underdogs it’s now time for Eddie Sutton from Leeway and Aaron from Death Threat to perform a guest appearance on the album. The songs with these vocalist are great en gives the album just enough variety.
But they’re not the only guest performances on the album the rappers Emcee Murs and Mr Dibbs even have their own song called ‘Dibbs And Murs Checks In’. The song last for nearly a minute and that is long enough.
 
I believe Terror has created a killer album with jaw dropping songs like ‘Always The Hard Way’, ‘All For Revenge, ‘Last Of The Diehards’, ‘Close To Defeat’ and ‘One Step Behind’. It’s a pity Dibbs and Murs checks in but can’t we all make a mistake. Always The Hard Way is an album that will end high in my yearlist. If the instruction I received are right they will come to Europe in the fall of this year, so be prepared because Terror is like a bulldozer that stops for nothing or no one.
Terror - Always The Hard Way
93/1001Details Trustkill Records
Released on Tuesday Jul 25th, 2006
Hardcore

Writer @Niamen on Tuesday Jul 25th, 2006

Tags: #Terror
Tracklisting 1. All For Revenge (2:07)
2. Strike You Down (1:44)
3. Survival Comes Crashing In (2:04)
4. Always The Hard Way (2:34)
5. Lost (2:19)
6. Last Of The Diehards (1:24)
7. So Close To Defeat (2:03)
8. Test My Convictions (2:06)
9. Hell To Pay (2:24)
10. One Step Behind (1:40)
11. You Can\'t Break Me (2:16)
12. Dibbs And Murs Check In (1:10)
13. Hardship Belongs To Me (2:29)
14. Smash Through You (2:39)
Line up Scott Vogel - Vocals
Frank Novinec - Guitar
Doug Weber - Guitar
Carl Schwartz - Bass
Nick Jett - Drums
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