Hardcore punks Terror revive the renegade attitude of the ‘80s and ‘90s underground scene with their snarling attitude and live-wire concerts. Fans can’t help but mosh to the pummeling drums, distorted power chords, and earth-shaking bass guitar the band unleashes at their live shows. Singer Scott Vogel whips audience members into a frenzy while he shouts anti-establishment rallying anthems like “Lowest of the Low”, “One with the Underdogs”, and “Out of My Face”. Whether ticket buyers are rushing the stage or watching from the back of the venue, they can’t help but feel the all-out sonic assault wherever Terror unleash their hardcore punk fury on tour.
Before forming Terror in 2002, vocalist Scott Vogel cut his teeth in hardcore punk bands like Slugfest, Despair, and Buried Alive. After partnering up with drummer Nick Jett, the two cherry-picked some of the best musicians in the Los Angeles punk scene to form Terror with the admirable goal of keeping hardcore pure and fun. The group released their debut album One with the Underdogs in 2004 featuring several concert staples including the title track. They built up their following to the point that their sophomore album Always the Hard Way reached No. 10 on the Billboard Heatseakers Chart in 2006. With their sensational live performances on tour over the years the band has won over fans across Europe, Asia, and South America. They continue to stay true to their promise of generating pure punk music that’s a blast to listen to, and 2015’s The 25th Hour is a fine example of their dedication to that worthy goal.